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July-December 2020| Vol 16| Issue 2

Original Article

Clinical outcome of microsurgical free flap procedures in Lagos, Nigeria

Background: Reconstruction of complex defects following radical tumour excision and post-traumatic defects has been made possible with the use of microsurgical free tissue transfer. It is ass...

Original Article

A prospective randomized comparative study of facial scar modulation using topical silicone gel versus coconut oil

Context: Scar following facial trauma is an important problem affecting aesthetics and function. Aim: The aim of the study is to compare the usefulness of topical silicone gel versus c...

Original Article

Ectrodactyly or lobster claw feet: our surgical experience

Introduction: Ectrodactyly, often the center of attraction due to the mystifying appearance, is a challenging surgical entity as more often the affected children seek cosmetic improvement and...

Original Article

Penile and scrotal defects post-Fournier gangrene: reconstructive options and challenges in resource limited settings

Introduction: Penile and scrotal defects following necrotizing fasciitis (Fournier gangrene) of the perineum in males can be a source of great morbidity and psychological concern to the patie...

Case Report

Tessier 4 right-sided orofacial cleft deformity with associated congenital limb anomalies − a case report and literature review

To report the case of a four year old girl with Tessier 4 right-sided orofacial cleft deformity, type I left cleft foot and hypoplastic right thumb. The patient presented with right-sided congenital...

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