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January-June 2018| Vol 14| Issue 1

Original Article

V–Y advancement gluteus maximus fasciocutaneous flap—A useful flap for sacral defects

Introduction: This study was done to evaluate the usefulness of V–Y advancement gluteus maximus fasciocutaneous flap in the management of sacral defects. Material and methods: A t...


Case Report

Challenges of limb salvage in a resource limited environment: Case report and review of literature

Complex lower extremity injuries pose a significant challenge in terms of management especially when the distal leg is involved. This is compounded by the fact that many patients in this environment w...


Case Report

Leg ulcer in postgastrocnemius flap patient: A case report

Leg ulcer is a common cause of morbidity and source of social and economic distress, especially among the young and middle aged people. It often results from or associated with venous insufficiency, f...


Case Report

Diffuse hemangioma of penis, scrotum, perineum, and anal canal—A rare case report

Hemangiomas are benign tumors of the vascular endothelium and mucous membranes. Despite their common occurrence, especially during the infantile period, hemangiomas located in the genital region repre...


Letter to the Editor

Clinical photography and video recordings in plastic surgery: Beyond patient autonomy and informed consent

The issues surrounding clinical photography are pertinent especially for the plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic specialty, and they cannot be overflogged. The authors of the article “Clinical...


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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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