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A procedure for the closure of pharyngeal fistulas utilizing an upper trapezius myocutaneous flap is described. The anatomical basis of the flap is reviewed. The operative technique is described and applied in 2 cases. The excellent vascularity of the flap is stressed.
Eight patients with malacia of the lunate treated by shortening of the radius have been reviewed after follow-up ranging from 2 to 7 years. The results were highly satisfactory and only one patient with fragmentation and collapse of the diseased bone did not obtain long-lasting pain relief. In...
The material comprises 225 patients. In 79 patients 35.1%) the tumour was closely excised and in a few cases biopsied before the patients underwent radical surgery. 146 patients were radically operated primarily. These two groups of patients are comparable with regard to sex, distribution of...
A case of congenital radio-ulnar synostosis with functional disability due to fixation of the forearm in maximal pronation was operated on with a rotational osteotomy in the proximal third of the forearm. Within four days postoperatively a total paralysis of the median nerve gradually developed....
A review of 297 burn patients treated 1971-1975 is presented to illustrate burn problems in a West European, mainly urban population. Patients were treated by exposure and warm dry air. Tubbing usually started five days after injury. Sequential wound revisions were performed. Surgical excision...
Deliberate hypotension was used to attain surgical haemostasis in thirteen patients undergoing plastic and reconstructive surgery on breast, with an 0.01% sodium nitroprusside (SNP) infusion and concomitant deep neuroleptanaesthesia. The mean surgical haemorrhage was 217 ml in the hypotensive...
A long-term study of 5 sleeve anastomoses in rabbit renal arteries was performed. Six months postoperatively angiography, light microscopy and electron microscopy was carried out. Good long-term function of the anastomoses without any stenoses or aneurysm formation was obtained. It was concluded...
The history of the clinical, anatomical and haemodynamic aspects of the deltopectoral flap is reviewed, with some comments on its use as a neurovascular flap.
A case of closed anterior dislocation of the triquetrum is reported. Because of delayed diagnosis the patient was not operated until four months after the injury, when the bone was excised. At follow-up 19 months later the power of grip was slightly reduced but the movements were unimpaired and...
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