This “parachute” technique can be used with both autologous free grafts and synthetic materials.
Articles tagged with "clinical care"
Obtaining coagulation panels in pediatric patients presenting with post-tonsillectomy hemorrhage is rarely useful and diagnosing a coagulopathy is uncommon.
Nasal swell body (NSB) can be surgically reduced, without re-perforation, to relieve obstructive symptoms.
A look at why some patients with olfactory disorder (OD) report smell and flavor loss while others report smell loss only.
Circulating tumor cells are not associated with prognosis in patients with locally advanced and metastatic squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck (SCCHN), but circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are present.
Temporal bone metastasis (TBM) is uncommon but should be considered in patients with subacute otologic symptoms or facial palsy and history of distant malignancy.
Caliper measurements are a simple and reliable way to assess cranial vault proportionality with growth after cranial vault reconstruction