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Publications for Dr. Davison

Use of a collagen-glycosaminoglycan copolyme

Journal of Drugs in Dermatology May 2010

Use of a collagen-glycosaminoglycan copolymer (Integral) in combination with adjuvant treatments for reconstruction of severe chest keloids. [Read more…]

A Quick and Simple Technique for Subcutaneous Lipoma Removal

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery July 2012

Lipomas are the most common soft-tissue tumors and a common reason for referral to plastic surgeons. In efforts to minimize and conceal scars, [Read more…]

Bisphosphonate-Induced TRAM Flap Fat Necrosis

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery February 2010

Bisphosphonates are used to treat osteoporosis, Paget disease of bone, hypercalcemia, and solid tumors metastatic to bone, particularly breast cancer, by inhibiting osteoclastic absorption of bone. [Read more…]

Barbed Suture Tenorrhaphy: An Ex Vivo Biomechanical Analysis

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery November 2009

Using barbed suture for flexor tenorrhaphy could permit knotless repair with tendon-barb adherence along the suture’s entire length. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the tensile strength  [Read more… ]

Microvascular Free Flap Failure Caused by Unrecognized Hypercoagulability

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery August 2009

Microvascular free flap techniques have improved over the past two decades such that flap failure rates have dropped to under 3 percent in most large series of high-volume centers. [Read more…]

Reorienting the Vector in Facial Reanimation Using an Estlander Flap

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery February 2009

When performing static and dynamic procedures for reanimation of the paralyzed lower face, establishing the correct vector of modiolus suspension is critical for achieving a functional and aesthetic outcome [Read more…]

Postmaxillectomy Prognathism

Zelken, Jonathan A.; Davison, Steven P. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 123(2):69e-71e, February 2009.

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Wound Infection Rates in Elective Plastic Surgery for HIV-Positive Patients

Reilly, Michael J.; Burke, Kevin M.; Davison, Steven P. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 123(1):106-111, January 2009.

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Efficacy and Safety of Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis in Highest Risk Plastic Surgery Patients

Seruya, Mitchel; Venturi, Mark L.; Iorio, Matthew L.; Davison, Steven P. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 122(6):1701-1708, December 2008.

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Lost in Translation

Davison, Steven P. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 122(6):1968-1969, December 2008.

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Herpes Zoster after Reconstruction for Head and Neck Cancer

Parikh, Pranay M.; Davison, Steven P. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 122(6):211e-213e, December 2008.

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Vascularized Calvarial Bone Flaps and Midface Reconstruction

Davison, Steven P.; Mesbahi, Ali N.; Clemens, Mark W.; Picken, Catherine A. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 122(1):10e-18e, July 2008.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

We would like to express our gratitude to our patients who helped support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During the month of October, DAVinci Plastic Surgery contributed a portion of the proceeds from cosmetic procedures to Cooley's Rally For The Cure. A total of $2,300 was raised for the Cooley's organization. The DAVinci staff all attended the 3rd Cooley's Rally for the Cure event held on October 10, 2011 and Dr. Davison presented the donation to Nancy and Chris Cooley. Thank you!

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