Anindhawati, Nur
Yayasan Lingkar Studi Bedah Plastik

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Efficacy of Intralesional Alcohol Injection as Preoperative Treatment of Upper Lip Arteriovenous Malformation Kreshanti, Prasetyanugraheni; Sudjatmiko, Gentur; Anindhawati, Nur
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 1 No 1 (2012): January - February Issue
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Management of vascular malformation remains a major challenge because treatment carries a substantial risk of morbidity and recurrence of the fundamental problem. Intra-lesional 96% alcohol injection as a combination with other treatment modalities has good-to-excellent results. Six-year old female with a 5-year history of arteriovenous malformation on her upper lip underwent intralesional alcohol injection under general anesthesia. Afterward we performed excision of the lesion. During the surgery we used Satinsky intestinal clamp to control the bleeding by compressing the artery. The follow up period was 9 months; there were no complications and no signs of relapse. Aesthetically, the result perceived as acceptable to the parents and other viewers. In cases of arteriovenous malformation involving the lip the technique of injecting alcohol 96% intralesional in conjuct with reducing blood loss by using Satinsky intestinal clamps had an acceptable result aesthetically.
Modalities to Treat Penile Glans Amputation: Case Series Sukasah, Chaula L.; Atmodiwirjo, Parintosa; Anindhawati, Nur
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 1 No 4 (2012): July-August Issue
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Background: In Indonesia, a country with Muslim population as a majority, circumcision is the most common operation performed in males. However, since circumcisions are also commonly performed by inexperienced individuals and during communal circumcision event, we frequently come across complications. One of the most severe complications is amputation of the penile glans. There are several techniques that can be used to treat this complication. In this paper we present some which have been used in our division and the result. Patient and Methods: We report three cases of traumatic penile glans amputation as a complication of circumcision that has been admitted to Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital during January 2011 – January 2012. In first case we performed full thickness skin graft, in the second one we performed groin flap, and scrotal flap to reconstruct the third case. We evaluate the result for several months. Results: The three techniques showed no complication, good result in function and also aesthetically acceptable for patient and the family. Choice of technique that has been used to repair the amputated penis depended on the patient condition, and surgeon’s choice.Summary: The three techniques each has advantages and disadvantages, but all of them are acceptable, functionally and aesthetically.
Lip And Palate Reconstruction On Median Cerebrofacial Malformation Patient Anindhawati, Nur; Kreshanti, Prasetyanugraheni; Handayani, Siti; Bangun, Kristaninta
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 2 No 2 (2013): April - June Issue
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Background: Median cerebrofacial malformations are developmental anomalies of the midline brain and facial structures. The clinical manifestations ranges from holoprosencephaly with agenesis of central facial structures, to those seen in median facial dysplasia. Patients who survive are usually born with severe functional limitation and die during infancy. Nowadays, with improved perinatal care, patient with severe midline craniofacial abnormalities can be expected to live longer. The purpose of this paper is to show how reconstruction of the lip and palate on patient with median cerebrofacial malformation is done. Patient and Method: Reporting 2 cases of child with cleft median cerebrofacial malformations. First case was a 2 year-old child with complete median cleft lip and palate. Clinical examinations and CT scan revealed a holoprosencephaly. She was also diagnosed with laryngomalacia. The second case was a 4 month-old patient with median cleft lip and palate also microcephaly. We performed labioplasty in both patients and did the palatoplasty in the first patient. Result: Both cases showed no sign of complication after the operation. They both discharged one day after the operation. The first patient reported dead 1 week after the surgery at home. The cause was unknown. Discussion: Disturbed maxillary growth is postulated to be caused by the manipulation and suturing of the maxillary vomer, and scarring of the dentoalveoli post-surgery. Another contributing factor is the intrinsic tissue deficiency. Summary: With proper perinatal care and holistic teamwork that expand the survival rate we expect those with the best prognosis deserve to appear as normal as possible. Keywords: Holoprosencephaly, median facial dysplasia, median cleft lip and palate