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Predicting lipoabdominoplasty complications with infrared thermography: a delta-R analysis

Resende PR, Brioschi ML, Meneck FD, Neves EB, Teixeira MJ

The diagnosis of the main complications resulting from lipoabdominoplasty has not yet been standardized. Infrared thermal imaging has been used to assess possible complications, such as necrosis and changes in...
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Laparoscopic Tissue Repair of an Acutely Incarcerated Spigelian Hernia

Pillay Y, Asefa R

Spigelian hernias are a rare type of abdominal wall hernia. A weakness in the spigelian fascia causes abdominal contents to herniate between the abdominal muscle layers as an interparietal hernia....
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Implications of abnormal abdominal wall computed tomographic angiography findings on postmastectomy free flap breast reconstruction

Ngaage LM, Hamed RR, Oni G, Ghorra DT, Ang JZ, Koo BC, Benyon SL, Irwin MS, Malata CM

Background Preoperative computed tomography angiography (CTA) of the abdominal wall vessels is used when planning free flap breast reconstruction (FFBR) because it provides a surgical road map which facilitates flap...
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Utility of a modified components separation for abdominal wall reconstruction in the liver and kidney transplant population

Black CK, Zolper EG, Walters ET, Wang J, Martinez J, Tran A, Naz I, Kotha V, Kim PJ, Sher SR, Evans KK

BACKGROUND: Incisional hernia is a common complication following visceral organ transplantation. Transplant patients are at increased risk of primary and recurrent hernias due to chronic immune suppression and large incisions....
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A multiply split femoral nerve and psoas quartus muscle

Wong TL, Kikuta S, Iwanaga J, Tubbs RS

The femoral nerve is the largest branch of the lumbar plexus. It is normally composed of the ventral rami of spinal nerves L2 to L4. The psoas major has proximal...
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Left Side Approach in Laparoscopic Transabdominal Preperitoneal Inguinal Herniorrhaphy is Feasible for Any Type of Inguinal Hernia

Cho HJ, Kim DJ

PURPOSE: The transabdominal preperitoneal (TAPP) method has been as popular as the totally extraperitoneal (TEP) approach for laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair. The preferred approach to TAPP has been inserting two...
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Reconstruction of a Large Infected Midline Abdominal Wall Defect Using a Latissimus Dorsi Free Flap

Cha HG, Kim EK, Hong SK

Managing large infected midline abdominal defects are clinically challenging and technically demanding. The alloplastic materials, regional flaps, and component separation are usually infeasible because of the size, location, depth, and...
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Laparoscopic Excision of Anterior Abdominal Wall Tumors: A Case of Desmoid-Type Fibromatosis Arising in the Rectus Muscle

Lee HJ, Jeong HJ, Lee JW, Choi SH

PURPOSE: Laparoscopic approaches to the anterior abdominal wall are difficult because of the inherent limitations of laparoscopic surgery. METHODS: A 25-year-old young female visited to our hospital with an incidentally-found palpable...
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Heterotopic Ossification in the Abdominal Wall after Exploratory Laparotomy

Kim H

Heterotopic bone formation in abdominal incisions is a recognized but uncommon sequela of abdominal surgery. On the other hand, the formation of ectopic bone is a well-recognized complication following arthroplasty...
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Treatment of Abdominal Wall Endometriosis Using a Mini-Abdominoplasty Design

Min K, Han HH

Abdominal wall endometriosis is a condition in which functioning endometrial tissue is present outside the uterine cavity, and the standard treatment is extensive surgical excision. A 46-year-old woman presented with...
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Surgery Requiring Detailed Preoperative Simulation and Scar De-epithelialization to Repair Severe Postoperative Scarring from Gastroschisis

Ishii N, Oji T, Kishi K

We present the case of a patient with severe postoperative scarring from surgical treatment for gastroschisis, with the intestine located immediately under the dermal scar. Although many patients are unsatisfied...
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Sonographic Measurements of the Lateral Abdominal Wall Thickness and Asymmetry in Fencing Players

Park HJ, Shim JH, Choung SD, Na YM

The purpose of this study is to compare the side-to-side thickness and asymmetry in the lateral abdominal (LAM) wall muscle group between fencing players and matched controls. Twenty fencing players...
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Rectus Sheath Hematoma Caused by Noncontact Strenuous Exercise

Kim GH, Kim JH, Kim HH

Rectus sheath hematoma (RSH) is an uncommon but well-documented clinical condition. It is usually caused by direct trauma or anticoagulation, although there are many other causes. However, RSH after noncontact...
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Malignant Granular Cell Tumor of the Abdominal Wall Mimicking Desmoid Tumor: A Case Report with CT Imaging Findings and Literature Review

Yoon J, Ahn SE, Lee DH, Park SJ, Moon SK, Lim JW

Granular cell tumors (GCTs) are extremely rare mesenchymal neoplasms of Schwann cell origin. Malignant GCTs (MGCTs) comprise 0.5-2% of all GCTs. In the present report, we describe a case of...
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Management of the Sequelae of Severe Congenital Abdominal Wall Defects

Fuentes S, Marti E, Delgado MD, Gomez A

BACKGROUND: The survival rate of newborns with severe congenital abdominal wall defects has increased. After successfully addressing life-threatening complications, it is necessary to focus on the cosmetic and functional outcomes...
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Abdominal Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment Syndrome Using Ultrasonography

Lee M, Kim YI, Kang W

Abdominal cutaneous nerve entrapment syndrome is one of the abdominal wall-origin pain that develops in anterior cutaneous branches of 7th to 12th thoracic nerves passing through fibrous ring in rectus...
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Anterior Abdominal Wall Leiomyoma Arising De Novo in a Fertile Women: A Case Report

Cho JY, Woo JY, Hong HS, Yang I, Lee Y, Hwang JY, Kim HM, Shin MK

Abdominal wall leiomyoma arising de novo is very rare, hence the reported imaging findings of this disease are also rare. We reported the case of a 33-year-old woman who presented...
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Four Flaps Technique for Neoumbilicoplasty

Lee YT, Kwon C, Rhee SC, Cho SH, Eo SR

The absence or disfigurement of the umbilicus is both cosmetically and psychologically distressing to patients. The goal of aesthetically pleasing umbilical reconstruction is to create a neoumbilicus with sufficient depth...
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A Case of Abdominal Wall Actinomycosis

Kim KH, Lee J, Cho HJ, Choi SB, Cheung DY, Kim JI, Lee IK

Actinomycosis is a chronic suppurative granulomatous infectious disease caused by actinomyces species that is characterized by formation of characteristic clumps called as sulfur granules. Abdominal actinomycosis is a rare disease...
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Successful Angiographic Embolization of Superficial Circumflex Iliac Artery Rupture Caused by Blunt Abdominal Trauma: A Case Report

Lee SB, Park SJ, Yeo KH, Kim HH, Park CY, Kim JH, Kim CW, Choi SU, Kim SH, Hwang JJ, Cho HM

Lat. abdominal wall hematoma with active bleeding is very rare but need prompt bleeding control. We report successful treatment by angiographic embolization of superficial circumflex iliac artery rupture caused by...
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