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January-June 2016| Vol 12| Issue 1

Review Article

A simple penile dressing following hypospadias repair: Our institutional experience

Retaining a dressing on the phallus has always been difficult. Newer and innovative techniques are coming up in this regard. One such method is suggested which we find extremely useful. Advantages of ...


Original Article

The relationship between cleft width and oronasal fistula

Context: Width of cleft palate influences difficulty of surgical repair and indirectly the outcome. Palatoplasty complicated with oronasal fistula causes persistence of speech, feeding, and soc...


Original Article

University students and cosmetic surgery in Nigeria: A survey of perception, attitudes, and experiences

Introduction: A global trend to improve appearance has been observed with the advent of technological civilization and contemporary culture. This is related to social customs that places high p...


Original Article

Early experience with tangential excision and skin grafting of deep dermal burns of the hand among diabetics and nondiabetics

Introduction: Deep dermal injury of the hand should have a special management because it has a high potential to affect the functional capabilities of the hand. This study was established to me...


Case Report

Combined turnover and deltopectoral flap in closure of persistent pharyngocutaneous fistula

Pharyngocutaneous fistula (PCF) is an infrequent complication of salvage total laryngectomy with associated increased morbidity. Chemoradiation for advanced laryngeal cancer is associated with increas...


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Nigerian Journal of Plastic Surgery, a publication of Nigerian Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons; Nigerian Burn Society, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Semiannual print on demand compilation of issues published. The journal’s full text is available online at http://www.njps.org.

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