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-Acellular Dermal Matrices and Split-Thickness Skin Graft with Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for Donor Site of Anterolateral Thigh Flap-
-CT CONTRAST MEDIA EXTRAVASATION ; TREATMENT ALGORITHM AND IMMEDIATE TREATMENT BY SQUEEZING WITH MULTIPLE SLIT INCISIONS-
-The effectiveness of expansion cranioplasty for microcephaly-
-End-to-patch anastomosis for microvascular transfer of free flaps with small pedicle-
-Iatrogenic Acquired Torticollis After Spinal Surgery in Adult-
-MANAGEMENT OF FIXATION DEVICE EXPOSED WOUNDS IN PATIENTS WITH LOWER EXTREMITY FRACTURE-
-Micronized Human Acellular Dermal Matrix to Accelerate Wound Healing in Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Prospective Randomized Pilot Study-
-Observation of nasal implant removal patients, 10 years data review-
-Partial foot salvage through transmetatarsal amputation and reconstruction with anterolateral thigh free flap transfer-
-Partial foot salvage through transmetatarsal amputation and reconstruction with anterolateral thigh free flap transfer-
-Primary Merkel Cell Carcinoma of the Earlobe in a Young, Healthy Adult Male-
-Reconstruction with Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap for Extensive Defects on Foot-
-Reconstruction with composite graft for defect after excision of progressive congenital giant melanocytic nevus-
-Significance of Osteoporosis in Facial Bone Density using the Computed Tomography Scan-
-The knee and ankle reconstruction with reverse ALT and free ALT flap from one donor site-
-The modulation of tissue transglutaminase is a new therapeutic target to overcome steroid resistance in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia.-
-The Retrograde Limb of the Internal Mammary Artery: An Alternative Inflow Option in Free Flap Breast Reconstruction-
-Therapeutic significance of tissue transglutaminase in Keloids-
-Use of revascularized artery as a recipient in microvascular reconstruction of the lower leg: An analysis of 62 consecutive free flap transfers-
-Use of revascularized artery as a recipient in microvascular reconstruction of the lower leg: An analysis of 62 consecutive free flap transfers-
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