Martina, Nungki Ratna
Yayasan Lingkar Studi Bedah Plastik

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Free Vascularized Dermofat Flap For Contouring Maxilla In Fibrous Dysplasia Patients Atmodiwirjo, Parintosa; Martina, Nungki Ratna
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 1 No 2 (2012): March - April Issue
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Fibrous dysplasia is a disease that causes bone thinning and growth of lesions in one or more bones and leads to bone weakness and scar formation within the bones. Especially when involving the skull or facial bones, the lesions can cause externally visible deformities. We reported one case of fibrous dysplasia of the maxilla reconstructed in our Plastic Surgery Division of Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital. Data was taken from the medical and surgery records. In this case, we used the Antero Lateral Thigh (ALT) flap to reconstruct the maxilla and facial contour in 26 years old girl with fibrous dysplasia. After the operation we had daily observation to evaluate the blood flow to the flap and it had satisfactory result without any complication. Ultimately, free vascularized dermofat flap with ALT seems to be suitable for craniofacial contouring surgery, in this case for contouring maxilla. Facial contour could further be improved after secondary reshaping of the healed flaps. This led to nearly perfect long-term facial symmetry in all cases. The ALT proved to be a reliable donor site, providing enough well-vascularized fatty tissue for facial contour augmentation.
Traumatic Palatal Defect Closure With Prosthesis Post Surgical Reconstruction: A Team Approach Martina, Nungki Ratna; Kreshanti, Prasetyanugraheni; Handayani, Siti; Bangun, Kristaninta
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 1 No 5 (2012): September - October Issue
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Background: Palatal defect may be a result of congenital malformations, trauma or tumors. In most maxillopalatal trauma, surgical reconstruction is required to restore the function and appearance. Any palatal defect caused by maxillopalatal loss that cannot be achieved with surgical reconstruction needs special and comprehensive treatment. This can be done by prosthodontist prosthesis rehabilitation.Patients and Methods: A 20-year-old man underwent open reduction and internal fixation for severe maxillopalatal fracture and palatal loss. Intraoperative, the palatal defect could not be approximated due to palatal loss. In 3-month-follow up, there was a palatal defect and slight malocclusion due to anterior dental loss. Instead of performing complicated surgical procedures, we collaborate with the prosthodontist to assemble prosthesis with dental prosthesis that accommodate the closure of defect and improve appearance aesthetically. Result: The use of prosthesis improves functional and psychological wellbeing. It does not only close the palatal defect, but it also fills the anterior dental loss thus overcoming the malocclusion. Satisfying functional and aesthetic outcome was achieved. Summary: Rehabilitation of maxillopalatal defect has been well defined for prosthodontists and surgeons. A successful prosthetic design for functional restoration of the palatal defect utilizes the remaining palate and dentition to maximize the support, stability and appearance. In this case,prosthodontist and dentition prosthesis was used as modalities that offer simple solution to close the palatal defect compared to a more complicated surgical intervention.
Mortality Analysis of Adult Burn Patients Martina, Nungki Ratna; Wardhana, Aditya
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 2 No 2 (2013): April - June Issue
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Backgrounds: Among burn patient, adult patient in productive age took a large number in statistic. Fire related to domestic accident and in workplace are the main source of burn incidences. A careful review of burn mortality of adult patient in Burn Unit of Ciptomangunkusumo Hospital is presented in this paper. The aim is to make a critical analysis of mortality in our burn centre with a view to finding possible ways of improving the care given to our patients and suggesting ways of reducing mortality. Patients and Method: A descriptive analysis study was done to analyze data collected by the review of medical records of the patients hospitalized to our Burn Center for burn injury from Januari 2011– Desember 2012. Parameters investigated include patients’ demographics, data for etiology and extent of burn injury, cause of death and the mortality were tabulated, computerized and analyzed. Result: During this 2-year period, 275 patients were admitted, 203 patients were adults. Number of death in adult patient were 76 patients (27,6%). Among the died patients, seventy-eight percent caused by flame, electrical burn injury (14%), hot water (4%), chemical (3%), metal (1%). Almost all burn extent was deep dermal (2nd degree) and full thickness (3rd degree). The cause of death including septicaemia (42,1%), multiple organ failure (31,6%), systemic inflammatory response syndrome (17,6%), and acute respiratory distress syndrome (8,7%). Conclusion: In order to implement a successful burn injury prevention program, it is important to focus on selected issues. A few specific recommendations can be suggested based on these epidemiological features. Our ongoing efforts are to promote and support prevention program and look for changes in the incidence of burn injury.