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Hormone therapy with exogenous estrogen and/or spironolactone is commonly used in transfemales to induce breast development. However, inherent differences in adult male and female anatomy create persistent deformities and inadequate gender congruency despite glandular breast...
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The primary organ systems and tissues concerning plastic and reconstructive surgery include the integument, vasculature, subcutis, and peripheral nerves, because these may individually or collectively be injured requiring reconstruction, or indeed be used in reconstruction themselves...
The timing of nerve recovery after nerve grafting in obstetrical brachial plexus palsy patients has not been well reported. One prior study reported a return to baseline function at 3 to 6 months postoperatively. However, there is a paucity of studies to corroborate this timing, and...
The management of pharyngocutaneous fistula is challenging. We typically treat postlaryngectomy pharyngocutaneous fistulas with a pedicled pectoralis major flap transfer. This study analyzed the outcomes of our surgical treatments for pharyngocutaneous fistula to propose...
Despite best practices, infection remains the most common complication after breast reconstruction with expanders and implants, ranging from 2% to 29%. Empiric broad-spectrum antibiotics are frequently used in nonsurgical treatment of implant-associated infections in an effort to...
The lack of underrepresented in medicine (UIM) physicians in academic plastic surgery is emerging as a critical issue. Lack of diversity has a negative effect on patient care and on the culture of our health care system. This study reports the current status of ethnically UIM...
Pediatric trigger digit is a relatively rare condition with incompletely understood etiology. In our practice, we noted a series of children presenting with pediatric trigger digit after an associated local trauma to the hand, which has not been previously described. The aim of this...
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