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REVIEW ARTICLE 2022 June 30
Orthotic and Prosthetic Options after Diabetic Foot Amputation
Diabetic foot ulcer is a risk factor for amputation. Infection and ischemia in diabetic foot ulcers are common causes of foot amputation. After minimal amputation of the involved lower extremity, precise and cautious application of orthoses and prostheses is very important to re...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2022 June 30
Effect of Gentamicin Collagen Sponge on Wound Healing: In Vivo Study and Assessment of Its Effectiveness against Nosocomial Bacteria
Background: Gentamicin collagen sponge (Genta-Coll) reportedly has a hemostatic effect and promotes wound healing. However, it may also interfere with wound healing by causing foreign body reactions. We planned to analyze the effect of Genta-Coll on wound healing by inducing mus...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2022 June 30
Bioelectric Dressing on Skin Graft Donor Sites: A Pilot Clinical Trial
Background: A wide variety of advanced dressing materials have been developed to improve wound healing. One of such innovations is the bioelectric dressing. The bioelectric dressing mimics naturally-originating electricity within the body that promotes wound healing. Bioelectric...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2022 June 30
Successful Perforator-Based Island Flap Placement Using the Push Technique
Background: Several surgical options are available for covering soft tissue defects. Perforator-based flaps can be utilized without skeletonization of the perforator, and surgery is usually straightforward, albeit with limited arcs of rotation. To overcome this limitation, we pr...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2022 June 30
Coverage of Midline Back Wounds with Perforator-Based Pedicled Fasciocutaneous Flaps
Background: The number of patients with midline back wounds is increasing. Midline back wounds may cause skin and soft tissue defects, resulting in cavity formation and bone or orthopedic metallic hardware exposure. These complexities complicate coverage of the wounds. This stud...
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2009
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2007
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2006
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2005
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