Journal Title: پاییز 96
Article title: Statistical Assessment of Ear Repair in Terms of Lesion Size in Patients Referring to Center for Plastic Surgery 15 Khordad from July 2010 to December 2013
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Introduction & Objective: Reconstruction of the ear is one of the major challenges in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Loss of all or part of the ear causes mood disorders, depression, and loss of
self-confidence, anxiety and disturbance in patient's social interactions. Therefore, a study was conducted to determine the Statistical assessment of ear repair in terms of lesion size in patients referring to Center for Plastic Surgery 15 Khordad from July 2010 to December 2013.
Materials & Methods: This study is a descriptive cross-sectional study. The samples consisted of 126 patients referring to Center for Plastic Surgery 15 Khordad (from July 2010 to January 2013). A special surgical technique was used in each patient regarding the type of injury and ear lesion. Patients after the surgery were followed up to evaluate the effectiveness of the surgical technique. Finally, the data were analyzed using SPSS V .22.
Results: In this study, the greatest cause of ear trauma was accidents with vehicles (39.5% in men, 42.8% in women and 75% in children). Also, the acceptance and satisfaction of patients in ears reimplantation method was significantly higher.
Conclusions: The use of ear replantation method has more advantages compared to other reconstructive methods. Also, the satisfaction and acceptance of patients in the replantation method is much more than other recent techniques.
Trauma, Replantation, Satisfaction
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