Case Report: Surgical Reconstruction of Hand

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This case is an amputation at the forearm. Only vascular techniques, orthopedic and microsurgical carried out simultaneously and with the same surgical approach can be achieved best results in the replantation of members.

This arm was implanted in an intervention of 4.5 hours, and functional outcome is obvious.

Dr. Pedro C. Cavadas supports in his unit all amputations, has a trained team and is available 24 hours a day, all year round.

Posted in HAND AND UPPER LIMB

Case Report: Surgical breast reconstruction with diep flap #1

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Female of 50 years who suffered breast tumor that required mastectomy. Three years later she decided he wanted to see her reconstructed breast with his own tissue.
DIEP flap reconstruction. It has reached the desired symmetry with a natural look, feel and decline breast. The nipple has also been reconstructed.

Posted in BREAST

Case Report: Sex reassignment

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In the image we present a case of gender reassignment from female to male. In these patients we underwent a microsurgical reconstruction using sensitive skin of the forearm. This skin is given the shape of penis and connected to the groin vessels and nerves of the clitoris, getting a new sensitive penis.

During the same operation we can perform the removal of the breast and uterus and ovaries, without lengthening the time in the operating room, because that part is done at the same time we make the new penis. The total duration of the intervention in our hands is 9-10 hours.

After a year, when we are sure that the penis is sensitive, we insert a fibula bone free flap so you can have a controlled erection.

If you are interested in this type of surgery, please contact us.

Posted in SEX REASSIGNMENT

Case Report: Microsurgical thumb reconstruction

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The footage shows a case of loss of the thumb of the hand. This is a huge failure for both the working life to everyday life.

In our unit, using microsurgical technique, we are capable of transplanting a toe to the hand, so as to enable a “clip” that enables us to take things. This finger is sensitive, and the sequel is in the foot is minimal.

If this is your case, please contact us for an assessment.

Posted in HAND AND UPPER LIMB

Case Report: Microsurgical reconstruction of patient with open tibia fracture

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The pictures shows the status of a 35-year-old patient with open fracture of tibia treated at another hospital. The tibia is “air”, with obvious infection, and also the foot is fixed in the wrong position.

We perform comprehensive treatment of complex fractures of bones, reconstructing not only the bone, but also vessels and nerves using microsurgical techniques.

After six weeks, and after two interventions, our patient was discharged and is now able to walk without a cane and no festering wounds.

If you think this may be your case, please contact us.

Posted in FOOT AND LOWER LIMB

Case Report: Microsurgical reconstruction of foot with difficult wounds

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The images display a 52-year-old pacient’s injury who, after trauma, suffered necrosis of the dorsum of the foot. This type of adverse outcome is common in smokers, diabetics, and patients that have caght hypertensive heart disease.

After months with dressings it could not be see the situation to improve. When the patient came to our unit, he was informed that the treatment alone couldn’t not heal the wound. Instead, a comprehensive treatment by microsurgical revascularization, adequate debridement and reconstruction with microsurgical flaps could solve his problem. The picture shows the final result.

If you think this may be your problem, plase contact us.

Posted in FOOT AND LOWER LIMB

Case Report: Latissimus Dorsi + Prosthesis Surgical Breast Reconstruction

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This 42 year-old suffered a mastectomy for a tumor. At the time of the consultation she tNhought that also she needed a breast augmentation in the unaffected breast.

Posted in BREAST

Case Report: Face Reconstruction

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Very often, like as birth defects, sequelae of trauma or previous surgery, you can see facial injuries that are often possible to reconstruct. The absence of ears, the aftermath of broken nose, scars on the eyelids and even facial paralysis have a solution in our hands.

If this is your case, please contact us.

Posted in CRANIOFACIAL SURGERY

Case Report: DIEP Surgical Breast Reconstruction #2

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45 year old woman who had received radiotherapy, and in which mistakenly it was attempted a reconstruction with expander and prostheses.

After the failure of previous attempts, came to our unit, where we proposed a DIEP flap reconstruction.

Posted in BREAST

Case Report: Craniofacial Surgery

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This is a typical case of unicoronal craniosynostosis. Its impact on the rest of the face is very important, and it should be operates as soon as possible, because the deformity increases and time goes by. It only stops when the child stops growing. At that time the surgery is much more difficult and risky with much worse results.

Some surgeons choose to “scrape” the bone here and there “to cement” where there is subsidence. We prefer to make a real skull remodeling, to correct the future growth and allow the brain and sense organs develop normally.

If this is the case, please contact us as soon as possible, and be sure to get a copy of the imaging studies have so that we can evaluate the case.

Posted in CRANIOFACIAL SURGERY

Case Report: Aftermath of Trauma

artroscopiaThe picture shows an intervention by wrist arthroscopy. This was a patient of 32 years, who after an accidental fall showed a sharp pain in his wrist. After attending to his orthopedic surgeon, he did not see anything broken on radiographs, and was treated with painkillers and anti-inflammatory. Several months later he was still having pain in the wrist.

In this case, routine imaging tests are not enough to diagnose the case. After a thorough examination you must also perform in the operating room for arthroscopy, a camera, see what the problem is inside of the wrist and fix it. The patient was diagnosed and treated at the same time, and recovered his normal live in three months.

If this is your case, please contact us for an assessment

Posted in SIN CATEGORÍA
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