Scalp avulsion injuries and replantation: is deep temporal artery an alternate option? - Kashyap N, Singhal M, Tiwari R, Chauhan S, Manas R.

Scalp avulsion injuries are usually attributed to entrapment of long hair or clothing in agricultural or industrial machinery or traffic accidents. Though rare, these injuries may be dangerous, and resulting cosmetic defect and alopecia lead to social stig...
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Reconstruction of the anterior wall of the frontal sinus has traditionally required a coronal incision, although other peri-brow/forehead approaches have also been described. The coronal approach can lead to paraesthesia, long scars and cicatrical alopecia. In today's culture, aesthetic surgery and minimally invasive surgery are often sought and preferred by patients and surgeons alike.
Source: The British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery - Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Tags: P160 Source Type: research
The objective of our analyses is to present the results of the review of literature devoted to the occurrence of mental disorders and the participation of psychological factors in the aetiology of alopecia areata. Preparing the review of the research conducted hitherto and concerning the participation of psychological factors in the pathogenesis and the course of alopecia areata, it is indicated that stress, a traumatic situation, a high level of neuroticism and alexithymia, may influence the occurrence, duration and exacerbation of the condition in question. Mental disorders occurring most frequently amongst individuals s...
Source: Psychiatria Polska - Category: Psychiatry Tags: Psychiatr Pol Source Type: research
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