Plastic Surgery in the Management of the Peripheral Vascular Ulcer
- Revascularization of kidney allograft after renal artery occlusion secondary to angioplasty. Subramaniam, Murali; Edwards, Richard; Osman, Hisham Y. // Progress in Transplantation;Sep2007, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p177
Arterial thrombosis causing complete occlusion is a rare event in the natural history of a transplanted allograft; an incidence of 1.4% has been reported. This condition usually results from technical problems, hyperacute rejection, severe atherosclerosis, or injury to donor or recipient...
- Renovascular Hypertension -- Renal Artery Stenosis: Results of Sixty-Five Consecutive Reconstructions. Polterauer, P.; Piza, F.; Wagner, O.; Kretschmer, G.; Schemper, M. // Angiology;Dec1982, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p781
The results of 61 consecutive patients with renal artery stenosis and renovascular hypertension after reconstruction are reported. 63% were males, 37% females. In 66% the disease was caused by arteriosclerosis-the mean age in this group 47 years. As operative procedures were performed: Saphenous...
- Kinking of Aortobifemoral Graft as a Rare Complication: Case Report. Zengin, Mustafa; Mavioglu, Ilhan; Dogan, Orhan Veli; Yücel, Ertan // Vascular Surgery;Sep1993, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p549
Aortobifemoral arterial bypass grafting (Y-graft) is an important operation in vascular surgery. Early complications of Y-graft implantation are generally technical and infrequent. These are postoperative hemorrhage, acute occlusion of graft limb, distal atheroembolism (trash foot), and early...
- Management of Renal Transplant Dysfunction Due to Occlusion of Aortoiliac Bypass Graft: A Case Report. Brown, Dennis P.; Harvey, Benson; Vaccaro, Patrick S.; Smead, William L. // Vascular Surgery;Sep/Oct1985, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p375
Progressive atherosclerosis of the aortoiliac system in a patient with a functioning renal transplant is a vexing problem, but in transplant patients who have had aortoiliac reconstruction, progressive disease can be doubly difficult to treat. Our experience with a patient with an ischemic...
- Sural nerve and short saphenous vein entrapment--a case report. Nayak B., Satheesha // Indian Journal of Plastic Surgery;Jul-Dec2005, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p171
Although the sural nerve is the most extensively studied nerve in man, there is a dearth of data regarding the normal variations in the size and distribution of axons in normal subjects. Since the sural nerve is the most frequently used sensory nerve in nerve transplantation, knowledge of...
- Scar revison is a useless operation. Mody, Bimal // Indian Journal of Plastic Surgery;Jan-Jun2004, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p23
Discusses the reasons why scar revision is a useless operation. Factors associated with scar revision; Definition of a scar; Very bad scar to attempt revision; Test of any cosmetic surgery operation.
- ONSET AND CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL COURSE IN BUERGER'S DISEASE. Nakata, Yukifumi; Ban, Ichiro; Hirai, Masafumi; Shionoya, Shigehiko // Angiology;Sep1976, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p509
From clinicopathological study, vasculitis of Buerger's disease seemed to start at small branch arteries and veins and progress to the trunk artery with thrombus, Progress of vascular lesions in trunk artery was gradual in general; the pathogenesis was briefly discussed.
- The aesthetic surgery business: A competitive sport? Fagien, Steven // Cosmetic Surgery Times;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p3
Deals with the status of the aesthetic surgery practice. Factors that contributed to the tightening competition in the market; Business nature of aesthetic surgery; Difficulties associated with aesthetic surgery practice.
- Saving Face. Freed, Janet Carlson // Town & Country;Jun2002, Vol. 156 Issue 5265, p121
Discusses several alternative solutions for cosmetic surgery.