Prominent publications by Paul N Manson

KOL Index score: 19468

Recent reports of breast reconstruction with the deep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flap indicate increased fat necrosis and venous congestion as compared with the free transverse rectus abdominis muscle (TRAM) flap. Although the benefits of the DIEP flap regarding the abdominal wall are well documented, its reconstructive advantage remains uncertain. The main objective of this study was to address selection criteria for the free TRAM and DIEP flaps on the basis of patient ...

Known for Free Tram |  Diep Flap |  Breast Reconstruction |  Venous Congestion |  Lower Abdominal Bulge
KOL Index score: 13550

The outcome of traumatic optic neuropathy was evaluated following penetrating and blunt injuries to assess the effect of treatment options, including high-dose steroids, surgical intervention, and observation alone. Factors that affected improvement in visual acuity were identified and quantified. Sixty-one consecutive, nonrandomized patients presenting with visual loss after facial trauma between 1984 and 1996 were assessed for outcome. Pretreatment and posttreatment visual acuities ...

Known for Light Perception |  Visual Acuity |  Optic Neuropathy |  Improvement Patients |  Orbital Fractures
KOL Index score: 12108

Advances in tissue engineering require biofunctional scaffolds that can not only provide cells with structural support, but also interact with cells in a biological manner. To achieve this goal, a frequently used cell adhesion peptide Arg-Gly-Asp (RGD) was covalently incorporated into poly(ethylene glycol) diacrylate (PEODA) hydrogel and its dosage effect (0.025, 1.25 and 2.5 mm) on osteogenesis of marrow stromal cells in a three-dimensional environment was examined. Expression of ...

Known for Polyethylene Glycol |  Bone Marrow |  Stromal Cells |  Alkaline Phosphatase |  Rgd Mscs
KOL Index score: 10935

The incidence of infection following breast reconstruction with expanders and implants ranges from 1 to 24 percent. Numerous factors associated with infection have been described; however, a one-variable at time setting and multifactorial analysis have not been performed. The purpose of this study was to analyze a set of factors that may predispose women to infection of the expander or implant. Between 1997 and 2000, a total of 168 implant reconstructions were performed in 130 women at a ...

Known for Infectious Complications |  Implant Infection |  Breast Reconstruction |  Radiation Therapy |  Tumor Stage
KOL Index score: 10760

Patients with early-stage breast cancer have three surgical options: lumpectomy with radiotherapy, mastectomy alone, and mastectomy with breast reconstruction. Our objective was to compare women in these three groups with respect to demographics, preoperative counseling, postoperative body image, and quality of life. Women having undergone surgery for stage 1 or 2 breast cancer between 1990 and 1995 were selected by random sampling of hospital tumor registries and were mailed a ...

Known for Surgical Options |  Mastectomy Patients |  Quality Life |  Breast Cancer |  Patient Choice
KOL Index score: 10561

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) from skeletally mature goats were encapsulated in a photopolymerizing poly(ethylene glycol)-based hydrogel and cultured with or without transforming growth factor beta1 (TGF) to study the potential for chondrogenesis in a hydrogel scaffold system amenable to minimally invasive implantation. Chondrogenic differentiation was evaluated by histological, biochemical, and RNA analyses for the expression of cartilage extracellular matrix components. The two control ...

Known for Vitro Chondrogenesis |  Bone Marrow |  Stem Cells |  6 Weeks |  Polyethylene Glycols
KOL Index score: 10211

Blindness in patients suffering maxillofacial trauma is usually caused by optic nerve or optic canal injuries. It is, however, an uncommon complication of facial trauma, with a reported incidence of only 2 to 5 percent. Blindness may also follow surgical repair of facial fractures. Many mechanisms, such as intraoperative direct nerve injury, retinal arteriolar occlusion associated with orbital edema, or delayed presentation of indirect optic nerve injury sustained at the time of the ...

Known for Facial Fractures |  Visual Loss |  Blindness Patients |  Intraorbital Pressure |  Surgical Repair
KOL Index score: 10050

The purpose of the present study was to determine whether contour abnormalities of the abdomen after breast reconstruction with abdominal flaps are related to the harvest of the rectus abdominis muscle. Abdominal contour was analyzed in 155 women who had breast reconstruction with abdominal flaps; 108 women had free transverse rectus abdominis muscle (TRAM) flaps, 37 had pedicled TRAM flaps, and 10 had deep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flaps. The reconstruction was unilateral in ...

Known for Abdominal Flaps |  Breast Reconstruction |  Muscle Sparing |  Free Tram |  Flap Diep
KOL Index score: 9677

Secondary repair of recurrent ventral hernia is difficult, and success depends on re-establishing the functional integrity of the abdominal wall. Current techniques used for closure of these defects have documented recurrence rates as high as 54 percent. The authors' 8-year experience utilizing variations of the components separation technique for autologous tissue repair of recalcitrant hernias emphasizes that recurrent or recalcitrant hernias benefit from the creation of a dynamic ...

Known for Abdominal Wall |  Hernia Recurrence |  Wound Infection |  Surgical Mesh |  Enterocutaneous Fistula
KOL Index score: 9569

The use of sentinel lymph node biopsy for the T1 melanoma is controversial. Recent reports have demonstrated that certain T1 melanomas are at increased risk for early regional metastases and late recurrence when compared with all thin melanomas. The purpose of this study was to review the authors' experience with wide excision and sentinel lymph node biopsy for certain patients with T1 melanoma. A retrospective analysis of 34 patients with T1 melanoma was completed over a 3-year period. ...

Known for Node Biopsy |  Sentinel Lymph |  Patients Melanoma |  Tumor Thickness |  Clark Level
KOL Index score: 9150

PURPOSE: Blunt internal carotid artery injuries (BCAIs) can result from craniofacial trauma, yet the association between craniofacial fractures and BCAIs is poorly understood.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: A retrospective cohort study of patients with blunt-mechanism facial fracture(s) presenting to a large trauma center was undertaken to identify facial fracture patterns predictive of BCAIs. Predictor variables included specific facial fracture patterns. Additional variables included ...

Known for Fracture Patterns |  Screening Criteria |  Mechanism Facial |  Artery Injuries |  Internal Carotid
KOL Index score: 9017

Distraction osteogenesis has been described as in vivo tissue engineering. The ability to stimulate this process for the repair of bony defects or lengthening of congenitally shortened facial structures is likely to significantly impact the field of craniofacial surgery. The purpose of this study was to determine whether mechanical stimulation of the distracted rabbit mandible would accelerate the maturation of the bony callus when applied during the early consolidation period. Twenty ...

Known for Distraction Osteogenesis |  Experimental Control |  Early Consolidation Period |  Mechanical Stimulation |  Rabbits Animals
KOL Index score: 8503

To develop an understanding of the expected functional outcomes after facial trauma, a retrospective cohort study of patients with complex facial fractures was conducted. A cohort of adults aged 18 to 55 years who were admitted to the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center between July of 1986 and July of 1994 for treatment of a Le Fort midface fracture (resulting from blunt force) was retrospectively identified. Outcomes of interest included measures of general health status and ...

Known for Facial Injury Patients |  Fort Fractures |  Injury Treatment |  Health Outcomes |  Follow Studies
KOL Index score: 8474

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to investigate the correlation between quantitative measures of academic productivity and academic rank among full-time academic plastic surgeons.

METHODS: Bibliometric indices were computed for all full-time academic plastic surgeons in the United States. The primary study variable was academic rank. Bibliometric predictors included the Hirsch index, I-10 index, number of publications, number of citations, and highest number of citations for a ...

Known for Plastic Surgery |  Academic Productivity |  Publications Citations |  Quantitative Measures |  Surgeons United


Paul N Manson: Influence Statistics

Sample of concepts for which Paul N Manson is among the top experts in the world.
Concept World rank
bone grafting replaces #1
lacerations similarity #1
butyl2cyanoacrylate #1
secondary reconstruction review #1
effects combined hypothermia #1
hbo survival rate #1
frontal bone midface #1
previous lymph #1
daily activation regimen #1
selected injuries management #1
standardized biometric #1
automated distraction osteotomy #1
extended wide exposure #1
random portion #1
facial projection dimensions #1
traumatic maxillary defects #1
stereolithographic female head #1
risk illness skull #1
fort fracture #1
injury fsfs #1
cmf fractures concomitant #1
suture osteotomy #1
pan facial #1
rats spraguedawley titanium #1
facial fractures bites #1
surgical flaps syndrome #1
palatal fracture types #1
child child cranioplasty #1
structure comminuted #1
anastomotic failure return #1
deep orbital reconstruction #1
inferiorly based arc #1
frontal fractures #1
energy maxillary #1
fractures categorized #1
true entrapment muscle #1
burn cmf #1
pediatric nasoorbitoethmoid #1
systems craniomaxillofacial #1
flaps observed difference #1
muscular fascial network #1
frequency cervical #1
traumatic optic outcomes #1
loss facial projection #1
abnormalities woman #1
cmf classification #1
fractures facial #1
patients nfot #1
plastic tomography #1
midfacial craniofacial #1

Key People For Facial Fractures

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Paul N Manson:Expert Impact

Concepts for whichPaul N Mansonhas direct influence:Facial fractures,  Orbital fractures,  Facial artery,  Frontal bone,  Breast reconstruction,  Midface fractures,  Component separation,  Skin flaps.

Paul N Manson:KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Paul N Manson has influence:Breast reconstruction,  Tissue engineering,  Facial fractures,  Stem cells,  Orbital floor,  Frontal sinus,  Distraction osteogenesis.



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