Cervicofacial Defect Reconstruction Using Deltopectoral Flap
Hicham Sabani, Keith M'FA, Asmaa Moujahid, Hugues Buckat, Ayoub Bakhil, Nawfal EL Hafidi, Lahcen Khalfi, Jalal Hamama, Karim EL Khatib
SAS J Surg | 289-291
DOI : 10.36347/sasjs.2021.v07i06.008
The management of face and neck defects has always been a difficult challenge, which tests the maxillofacial surgeons' ability to decide which therapeutic option is suitable for each individual patient, and which tools are to be used to guarantee an optimum management of the patient. We report the case of a patient with recurrent basal cell carcinoma of the chin area. Reconstruction of the large defect after tumor resection was successfully performed by a deltopectoral flap. We believe that this old flap can be a contemporary and effective answer, to difficult question of reconstruction of large defects of face and neck, especially in patients who may be exposed to certain risks relating to long-lasting anesthesia.
Giant Scar Cyst of the Clitoris at Sikasso Hospital (Mali) About A Case
Diallo A, Traoré B, Diassana M, Coulibaly M B, Sacko M, Maïga A, BAH. A, Traoré A S, Koné A, Touré L, Traoré T, Traoré S, Dembélé O, Cissouma A, Konaté M, Kanté M, Togo. A
SAS J Surg | 286-288
DOI : 10.36347/sasjs.2021.v07i06.007
Clitoral cyst remains a common pathology in our regions given the persistence of traditional female genital mutilation practices. Cyst forms in the bed of clitoris carried entirely by excision. In our case the consultation was motivated by the size of the cyst, psychological trauma, discomfort and gravity caused by the tumor. Our gesture consisted of surgical exeresis with attempt to restore little lips. The operating procedures were simple and the result was satisfactory. Through this case we want to highlight the complications of excision and the treatment of clitoral scar cyst.
Appendiceal Mucocele in Sikasso Hospital: Report of A Case
Traoré B, Diassana M, Diallo A, Coulibaly M B, Maïga A, Bah A , Touré L, Traoré T, Traoré S, Dembélé O, Traoré S A, Kanté M, Cissouma A
SAS J Surg | 283-285
DOI : 10.36347/sasjs.2021.v07i06.006
Appendicular mucocele is a rare appendicular tumor characterized by dilation of the appendicular lumen with linear changes in the mucosa and hypersecretion of mucus. We report a case of appendicular mucocele in a 73-year-old patient. Clinically, there was pain in the right iliac fossa, nausea, sometimes vomiting, and a poorly defined mass palpated in the right iliac fossa. The abdominal ultrasound found an appendicular plastron and the complete blood count showed leukocytosis. The patient underwent an appendectomy and the operative consequences were simple, the pathological examination of the operative specimen concluded that there was a mucinous cystadenoma of the appendix.