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  • What does a (general and abdominal) surgeon need to know on plastic surgery? [Journal Article]
    Pol Przegl Chir 2019; 91(5):41-50Kraus A, Infanger M, Meyer F
  • CONCLUSIONS: Plastic surgery is an indispensable partner for specific surgical problems and clinical situations of general and abdominal surgery, which indicates that each general and abdominal surgeon should be well notified on great options and surgical techniques offered by modern plastic surgery to achieve best outcomes and quality of life for patients and should combine the expertise of these two surgical disciplines.
  • Lateral Malleolar Defect Coverage Using Abductor Digiti Minimi Muscle Flap. [Journal Article]
    Ann Plast Surg 2019Elfeki B, Eun S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Coverage of a soft tissue defect at the lateral side of the ankle remains a challenge for surgeons because of the limited possibilities for local transposition. Free flaps have frequently been associated with postoperative complications and higher costs. Also, not all patients are suitable candidates for free tissue transfer because of existing comorbidities. Coverage with a split-thickness skin graft will not be possible for wounds with exposed bone or neurovascular structures or in wounds involving the weight bearing surface of the foot. Using ADM muscle offers no donor site morbidity, good soft tissue coverage, and an effective healing process. Also, no limb movement affection and normal daily life are acquired.
  • Biomaterial-Guided rAAV Delivery from pNaSS-Grafted PCL Films to Target Human Bone Marrow Aspirates. [Journal Article]
    Tissue Eng Part A 2019Venkatesan JK, Falentin-Daudré C, … Cucchiarini M
  • Scaffold-guided gene transfer offers strong systems to develop non-invasive, convenient therapeutic options for the treatment of articular cartilage defects, especially when targeting bone marrow aspirates from patients containing chondroregenerative mesenchymal stromal cells in a native microenvironment. In the present study, we examined the feasibility of delivering reporter (RFP, lacZ) rAAV ve…
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