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nuevo - cuadrado rojoGrishkevich, V. M; Grishkevich, M; Menzul, V.
Burns Open, July 2018, Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages 130-138

Burns OpenBurns of anterior shoulder joint surface and neighboring areas produce shoulder edge adduction contracture and scar deformity, slowing down the development of upper limbs in pediatric patients. Therefore, surgical reconstruction is indicated as early as the contracture is formed. Currently used surgical techniques, based on counter transposition of the local triangular flaps and skin transplants, do not solve the problem because of incomplete release of the contractures. Repeated operations are often performed. The scar deformity also remains.

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Barnea, Y. et als.
Plastic & Reconstructive SurgeryFebruary 2017 – Volume 139 – Issue 2 – p 348e–357e

portada - PRS - Vol. 132; No. 2 (2013)Patients with a small breast volume and a relative large lumpectomy volume are at risk of developing severe breast deformity and asymmetry following breast conservation, presenting a unique surgical challenge.
A series of patients undergoing immediate reconstruction by means of an oncoplastic breast augmentation technique following breast conservation are described. The technique includes local tissue rearrangement and bilateral subpectoral breast augmentation with implants of different sizes and shapes, immediately after lumpectomy for a malignant tumor.

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Teotia, S. S; Cho, M. J; Haddock, N.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Global Open: September 2018 – Volume 6 – Issue 9 – p e1837

portada - PRS Global Open - Vol. 6; No. 3 (2018)Over the years, the choice of recipient vessels for free flap autologous breast reconstruction has shifted from the thoracodorsal to the internal mammary vessels due to ease of flap inset and predictability of anatomy. However, thoracodorsal vessels are still great recipient vessels, and can be useful, especially in the previously failed or staged autologous breast reconstruction. In this study, we present our experience using thoracodorsal or serratus vessels for profunda artery perforator flaps.

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Danilla Enei, S. et als.
Cir. plást. iberolatinoam. vol.44, no.1. ene./mar. 2018. pp.13-17

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El recto abdominal es un músculo que consta, generalmente, de 3 inserciones tendinosas transversas. La lipoescultura de alta definición apunta a delinear la musculatura abdominal, sin embargo, una de sus dificultades es determinar mediante la anatomía de superficie el número de metámeros presentes.
En este artículo se describieron las variaciones en el número de metámeros del músculo recto del abdomen en la población chilena mediante análisis de tomografía computarizada de abdomen y pelvis, así como se determinó si existe un patrón para la marcación quirúrgica de los metámeros.

 

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