Reconstructive Surgery

Reconstructive plastic surgery procedures in Bangkok hospitals and clinics.

3D Printing Human Cartilage

3D Printing Human Cartilage

Scientists at the Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine have developed a technique to 3D print cartilage that can be implanted in to the body, without being rejected.

The method combines two off-the-shelf and low-cost technologies – electrospinning, a method of creating synthetic polymer-based nano fiber materials, and bioprinting, currently used to create tissues and organs.

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New Ear Grafted from Cartilage

New Ear Grafted from Cartilage

A young British boy has been given a new ear thanks to doctors who grafted cartilage from his rib cage to carve a replacement. Sean Wingrove-Smith from Walderslade, England, was born with a rare genetic disorder known as Goldenhar Syndrome.

The condition stops babies’ ears, lips, mouth, or nose from developing properly, it can even scoliosis or hearing loss. As a result Sean was born with part of his right ear missing, and deaf in the same ear.

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New Full Face Transplant Photos Revealed

New Full Face Transplant Photos Revealed

Seven months after receiving what surgeon’s claim was the most extensive full face transplant procedure ever performed; Richard Norris now has a completely new appearance that finally gives him the confidence to walk in public.

Norris lost most of his face in a tragic gun accident in 1997. The shooting left him with no nose, checks, jaw, teeth or tongue.
7个月后,有史以来进行的最广泛的全脸移植手术的外科医生的要求是什么,理查德·诺里斯现在有一个全新的外观,终于给了他信心走在公共。参考参考诺里斯于1997年在一个悲惨的枪意外失去了他的脸。拍摄他没有鼻子,检查,下颌,牙齿或舌头。

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