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Bowen’s disease with multiple lesions of the penis and scrotum: A case report

Bowen’s disease is a rare squamous cell carcinoma in situ of the skin, the etiology and pathogenesis of which remain unclear. A 57-year-old man presented with the penis and scrotum erythema, with indistinct...

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The latest trends in Asian rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty in Asia is becoming increasingly widespread. When taking into consideration the anatomical differences between the features of Caucasian and Asian patients, it is unsurprising that knowledge...

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Classification of and the latest photoelectric therapy for epidermal nevi

An epidermal nevus (EN) is a common disease of various types, including verrucous EN, nevus sebaceous, inflammatory linear verrucous EN, Becker nevus, smooth muscle hamartoma, and nevus comedonicus....

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Pre-placement of adhesive tape around wound sites can prevent air leakage in negative pressure wound therapy procedures

The introduction of negative pressure wound therapy has revolutionized the management of complicated wounds. However, the maintenance of an effective negative pressure environment is difficult in some...

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Analyzing the correlation among the five indications of the regenerative effectiveness of expanded skin: A retrospective study of 277 expansion cases

Skin expansion is a useful method for harvesting extra tissue. However, the outcome is hardly predictable....

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Major and minor risk factors for postoperative abdominoplasty complications: A case series

Although abdominoplasty is a safe and popular surgery, it is associated with a higher complication rate than other body contouring procedures. Therefore, identifying predictive factors of major and...

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A retrospective study of unfavorable fractures during sagittal split osteotomy: A single surgeon’s experience

Unfavorable fractures are among the most common complications of bilateral sagittal split ramus osteotomy (BSSRO). This study aimed to evaluate unfavorable fracture patterns during BSSRO and assess...

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Anesthetic injection pain and hematoma occurrence during upper blepharoplasty: Comparison between thin needles and thick needles

Upper blepharoplasty is one of the most commonly performed esthetic surgeries, but injection pain during local anesthesia often disturbs patients. The objective of this study was to identify the pain...

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Minimally invasive method to treat a rare wrist injury with simultaneous fractures of the scaphoid and hook of hamate: A case report and literature review

Concomitant fractures of the hook of hamate and scaphoid are rare injuries to the wrist. Whenever these fractures cannot be effectively managed, nonunion or osteonecrosis is encountered. Subsequent...

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Assessment and management of immature facial scars by non-surgical methods

Scar quality is affected by patients’ wound healing conditions, trauma type, and skin features that differ due to ethnicity. Despite tremendous improvements in scar remodeling techniques, conspicuous...

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Effect of local massage on prevention and treatment of intra-arterial polymethyl methacrylate embolism complications: An experimental animal study

Massage is generally believed to be a simple and effective method for preventing necrosis when intravascular injection emboli are suspected. Due to its good dispersive properties, polymethyl methacrylate...

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Polyacrylamide gel migration after injection for breast augmentation: A case report

Polyacrylamide hydrogel (PAAG) was once considered a safe, reliable, and compatible injected filler and was widely used in breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, and other cosmetic surgeries. However, numerous...

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Applying the Passot technique in the surgical treatment of severe gynecomastia: A case report and literature review

Gynecomastia is emerging as a major cosmetic and physiological concern among adolescents, especially in relation to obesity, acute weight loss following surgery, and other endocrine illnesses. Surgical...

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External application of a Nocardia rubra cell wall skeleton in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers

Diabetic foot ulcers are one of the most severe complications of diabetes that have imposed great financial and psychological burdens on diabetic patients. A Nocardia rubra cell wall skeleton (Nr-CWS)...

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Androgen-related disorders and hormone therapy for patients with keloids

Keloids are a fibroproliferative disorder of the skin and can cause physical discomfort and psychological burden. Apart from local factors such as skin tension and infection, increasing evidence has...

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Using the parietal branch of superficial temporal vessels: A good approach to total ear replantation

Although ear reconstruction is a mature procedure, emergency microsurgical replantation has still been regarded as the optimal treatment for ear amputation due to its cost-effectiveness and aesthetically...

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Prospective application of poloxamer 188 in plastic surgery: A comprehensive review

An increasing number of researchers have demonstrated that poloxamer 188 (P188) can be used as a pharmaceutical excipient for clinical applications. Its membrane-sealing effects and inherent biological...

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Clinical applications of paraumbilical perforator flaps in multiple angiosomes for the reconstruction of the upper limbs

Repair of extensive deep wounds in the forelimb remains challenging for surgeons. The objective of this study was to evaluate the surgical technique and clinical significance of multiple-territory paraumbilical...

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A systematic review of the treatment of lower eyelid retraction and our attempt of a dermal-orbicularis oculi suspension flap

Lower eyelid retraction describes the inferior displacement of the lower eyelid with or without inversion or ectropion. Based on the causes of lower eyelid retraction, we divided the forming factors...

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Misdiagnosis of malignant meningioma in subcutaneous soft tissue of the forehead: A case report

Meningiomas, the most common intracranial primary tumors, are always benign. Extracranial and distant metastases can occur in malignant meningiomas. This case report describes a male in his 50s with...

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Micro-compound tissue grafting for repairing linear scars

This study explored the clinical application and therapeutic effect of micro-compound tissue grafting (MCTG) for linear scars. In February 2019, one patient received MCTG treatment and the recovery...

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Augmentation mammoplasty with autologous fat grafting

Considering the issues that can accompany prosthetic breast implants, augmentation mammoplasty (AM) with autologous fat grafting (AFG) has attracted growing interest globally, especially in the last...

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Long-term complications after liquid silicone injection: A case report and literature review

Liquid silicone injection for cosmetic purposes has a long and notorious history. However, reports of delayed and extensive lesions are rare. Here, we report a case of long-term complications after...

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Current state and exploration of fat grafting

Fat grafting has become one of the most frequently used techniques in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Many studies have focused on optimizing procedures, such as donor site selection, harvesting,...

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Classification of congenital thumb hypoplasia and deformity

Congenital thumb deformities account for one-third or more of all cases of congenital hand deformity. However, the current classification schemes of congenital thumb hypoplasia are no longer adequate...

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