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Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

Descripción: Mastopexy in combination with implant breast augmentation still remains a controversial topic in plastic surgery because of its complexity and its relative high rate of complications. To obviate the need of a breast implant, numerous authors described glandular rearrangement techniques to optimize upper pole fullness and breast projection. More recently, the combination of mastopexy and lipofilling has been described. The aim of this study is to report our experience on one-stage mastopexy–lipofilling in cosmetic breast surgery, describing our surgical technique and focusing on long-term esthetic results and patient-reported outcomes.

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°3, 297
(Nov 09 2021)

Aesthetic Surgery Journal

Descripción: The normal course of aging alters the harmonious, symmetrical, and balanced facial features found in youth, not only impacting physical attractiveness but also influencing self-esteem and causing miscommunication of affect based on facial miscues. With this evidence-based paper, the authors aim to provide a comprehensive overview of the latest research on the etiology and progression of facial aging by explaining the aging process from the “inside out,” that is, from the bony platform to the skin envelope. A general overview of the changes occurring within each of the main layers of the facial anatomy is presented, including facial skeleton remodeling, fat pad atrophy or repositioning, changes in muscle tone and thickness, and weakening and thinning of the skin. This is followed by an in-depth analysis of specific aging regions by facial thirds (upper, middle, and lower thirds). This review may help aesthetic physicians in the interpretation of the aging process and in prioritizing and rationalizing treatment decisions to establish harmonious facial balance in younger patients or to restore balance lost with age in older patients.

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°3, 298
(Nov 09 2021)

Cure of cancer - revealed

Descripción: God, Almighty, created mankind and bestowed innumerable blessings upon him. God says in the holy Quran: “What good we do, is for our own benefit, and what bad we do, the curse of it will befell upon us”. So, the creator of life and death, also created different ailments, to punish mankind, as a result of their own deeds, the most, deadliest amongst which is the cancer. The most merciful, not only created ailments, but also created the cure of each and every one of them, including cancer. It is for us to find out, seeking in the path of “Nur”-“Light”-“God”, to grasp the cure. We must believe sternly, in the God and his creations; the angels, the holy books and scriptures, and the messengers of God. Only, in this way, we are led to the heavenly cure of cancer.

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°3, 300
(Nov 09 2021)

A new technique of breast reconstruction with autologous tissue

Descripción: Treatment of breast cancer is sometimes long and requires a multidisciplinary approach. In 2010, the authors, in their centre, began to perform fat grafting for breast reconstruction using the so-called ‘reverse expansion’ technique. This consists of the insertion of a skin expander during mastectomy, in its expansion and then in its gradual deflation in the surgical theatre during fat grafting. The authors performed a complete breast reconstruction in 57 patients by reverse expansion. They harvested fat from the fat excess areas using a normal liposuction cannula. From each patient, an average of 640 ccs of fat was collected and then centrifuged in a 4000-rpm centrifuge for 3 min. The obtained adipocytes were then injected in the operated breast using a normal lipofilling cannula. We injected an average of 318.05 ccs of adipocytes for each patient each time. The average number of sessions per patient was 3.6. Reverse expansion can be a safe and effective technique for breast reconstruction in all the breast cancer patients.

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 10, N°3, 194
(Dic 18 2017)

A Simplified, Reliable Approach for Advancement Genioplasty

Descripción: Importance - Advancement genioplasty is a versatile procedure with both functional and cosmetic considerations. It is commonly performed by oral surgeons and less so by facial plastic and plastic surgeons, presumably because of its inherent risks. Objectives - The authors present a simplified advancement genioplasty technique.

Por: David Chan, MD
Yadranko Ducic, MD, FRCSC

Journal: Vol. 9, N°1, 169
(Ago 11 2016)

Abstract - Intravenous Anesthesia With Bispectral Index Monitoring vs Inhalational Anesthesia for Rh

Descripción: Importance: Adverse effects related to anesthesia are common and include perioperative vomiting, gagging on the endotracheal tube, incisional pain, and nausea. A previously published intravenous anesthesia protocol reports extremely low rates of postoperative nausea and vomiting (<1%) and decreases in postoperative pain compared with rates reported following administration of inhalational anesthetics. Objective: To evaluate and compare postoperative outcomes in patients after administration of combined propofol and ketamine hydrochloride anesthesia with bispectral index monitoring (PKA-BIS protocol) vs inhalational anesthesia (IA) during lower rhytidoplasty.

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 8, N°2, 163
(Dic 01 2015)

Abstracts from current scientific literature

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja MD

Journal: Vol. 3, N°3, 92
(Nov 09 2009)

Acne and oral contraceptives: Update on women´s health screening guidelines.

Descripción: Los anticonceptivos orales (AO) han demostrado se útiles en el manejo del acné en mujeres, y han sido aprobados por la FDA para dicho propósito. La OMS...

Por: José A. Seijo-Cortés

Journal: Vol. 3, N°1, 66
(Mar 03 2009)

Acné Pediátrico

Por: Dra. Adriana Zárate

Journal: Vol. 1, N°2, 23
(Sept 08 2007)

Acute hemorragic edema of young children (cockade purpura and edema)

Descripción: Edema hemorrágico agudo (EHA) en niños es una vasculitis leucocitoclástica de pequeños vasos, descrita inicialmente en 1913 en EEUU y en 1936 en Argentina. Esta entidad se ha considerado como una variante del síndrome de Henoch-Shönlein.

Por: José Enrique Hernández-Pérez

Journal: Vol. 3, N°1, 67
(Mar 03 2009)

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