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Injuries to the skin of the male external genitalia in Southern Africa
(Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG), 1975)
The more common injuries to the skin of the male external genital organs are described; some of these mutilations are unique to the African continent. The extent of trauma ranges from small penile skin defects after ...
Generalized surgical emphysema as an early complication of facial fracture : a case report
A case of multiple facial fractures complicated by subcutaneous emphysema, pneumomediastinum and pneumoretroperitoneum, in the absence of intra-abdominal, neck or chest injuries, is described.
Free flap transfer with microvascular anastomosis
The development of the flap transfer technique in plastic and reconstructive surgery has evolved to the stage where free transplantation of a full thickness skin flap, by means of microvascular anastomosis, has become ...