All publications of “Jaime Anger”

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A review of data in medical request and the patient questionnaire for magnetic resonance evaluation of silicone breast implants

Jaime Anger, Pablo Eduardo Elias, Paula de Camargo Moraes, Nelson Hamerschlak

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082017AO4147

ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the quality and quantity of data in the questionnaires and in request forms for magnetic resonance imaging. Methods: This retrospective study was conducted with data from 300 medical records. The research used the following data from the questionnaires: patient age, reason for the magnetic resonance imaging, reason for placing the breast implant, report of any signs or symptoms, time elapsed since surgery to place the current breast implant, replacement implant surgery, chemotherapy, and/or radiation therapy treatments. […]

The use of soft silicone solid implant molded intraoperatively for pectus excavatum surgical repair

Jaime Anger, Raphael Francisco Vesterman Alcalde, Jose Ribas Milanez de Campos

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082014AO2919

ObjectiveTo describe a new surgical technique to treat pectus excavatumutilizing low hardness solid silicone block that can be carved during the intraoperative period promoting a better aesthetic result.MethodsBetween May 1994 and February 2013, 34 male patients presentingpectus excavatum were submitted to surgical repair with the use of low hardness solid silicone block, 10 to 30 Shore A. A block-shaped parallelepiped was used with height and base size coinciding with those of the bone defect. The block was carved intraoperatively according […]

Use of the pectoralis major fasciocutaneous flap in the treatment of post sternotomy dehiscence: a new approach

Jaime Anger, Pedro Silvio Farsky, Antonio Flavio Sanches Almeida, Renato Tambellini Arnoni, Daniel Chagas Dantas

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082012000400010

Objective:To describe a new surgical technique for the treatment dehiscence after median thoracotomy transsternal using fasciocutaneous flap composed of the pectoralis major fascia.METHODS:Between January 2009 and December 2010, from 1,573 patients submitted to coronary artery bypass graft, 21 developed wound dehiscence after sternotomy and were treated with bilateral pectoralis major muscle fasciocutaneous flap, including partial portion of the rectus abdominis fascia. Patients were followed for a minimum of 90 days postoperatively.RESULTS:All patients had favorable outcome following 90 days, not having […]