April-June 2020| Vol 28| Issue 2
Evaluation the effect of isogenically prepared platelet-rich plasma on the viability of composite graft in the rabbit model (Experimental study)
Aim: Necrosis in composite grafts used for the repair of tissue defects in the nasal wings, columella, and nasal sidewalls after tumor resection or trauma is an important problem related to t...
Facial nerve preservation in transmasseteric antero-parotid approach for open reduction and internal fixation of mandibular subcondylar fracture
Objective: Mandibular condylar fracture has an incidence rate between 14 and 48% of all mandibular fractures. Rigid fixation along with open reduction internal fixation is so far the most...
Use of bilateral lateral nasal flaps sharing a single skin pedicle for repair of large midline nasal dorsum defects: A novel technique enabling maximal defect closure and minimal donor-site morbidity
Background: This study aimed to evaluate the utility of bilateral axial, lateral nasal flaps sharing a single skin pedicle in the reconstruction of large midline nasal dorsum defects. Mate...
Comparison of the early and late postoperative results in cases with pedicled transverse rectus abdominis musculocutaneous flap breast reconstruction: Twenty-year follow-up
Background: The TRAM flap has proven to be the autogenous tissue of choice for breast reconstruction. The progressive improvement of the aesthetic results in long-term follow-up of patients w...
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Cost-based analysis of operative maxillofacial fracture managements
Aims: There is no current study presenting a descriptive cost-based analysis of operative maxillofacial fracture managements in Turkey. Therefore, this study attempted to investigate the over...
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