M. Scott Haydon's research while affiliated with University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and other places

Publications (6)

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Capsular contracture remains one of the most common complications involving aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery; however, its cause, prevention, and treatment remain to be fully elucidated. Presently, there is no accurate and reproducible pathologic in vitro or in vivo model examining capsular contracture. The purpose of this study was to e...
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Advances in medicine have improved the delivery of health care, making it more technologically superior than ever and, at the same time, more complex. Nowhere is this more evident than in the surgical arena. Plastic surgeons are able to perform procedures safely in office-based facilities that were once reserved only for hospital operating rooms or...
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Body mass index (BMI; weight per unit surface area) is the scientific yardstick by which overweight is gauged relative to the population norm. The contrary association between obesity and diabetes or hypertension is only too well known. Less appreciated is the heightened sensitivity to respiratory depressants such as sedatives and analgesics in the...
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The number of explantations performed for breast implants since 1992 has increased because of multiple factors, including the Food and Drug Administration's stance on silicone breast implants. Reasons for implant removal can be as subjective as a patient's choice to objective findings of contracture, rupture, and implant life greater than 15 years...

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... Unfortunately, obesity does not only place the patient at higher risk of developing comorbid conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, and cardiac disease, but also increases procedural morbidity and mortality rates. 58,59 It is not surprising that BMI has been stated to be a significant risk factor for postoperative complications in various surgical specialties including plastic surgery. 49,54,58,[60][61][62][63][64] This has especially been shown with regard to infections, seromas, wound-related complications, and VTE. ...
... 12 Fortunately, with the introduction of tumescent and wet techniques, as well as the use of less traumatic smaller cannulas, the blood loss and hematomas were significantly reduced in all series. [13][14][15][16] Lehnhardt et al analyzed 72 liposuction related deaths in Germany between 1998 and 2002, and stated that all deaths related to massive blood loss (7 cases) occurred in cases of high volume liposuction (2.4-24 liters) with a prolonged operative time. 10 In our study, one death from a combined breast augmentation/liposuction procedure was found within the database. ...
... Systematically assessing risk factors could strategically improve eligibility, surgical planning, patient education, and safety by preventing adverse outcomes, modifying risk factors before surgery, and selecting the appropriate surgical setting for each patient. 19,[38][39][40] The limitations of this study are the size of the case series and retrospective design. Additionally, patient recommendations and preoperative measures to reduce operative risks were not analyzed or discussed because they largely exceed the scope of this communication. ...
... www.nature.com/scientificreports/ modification using a coating of anti-fibrosis drugs, such as triamcinolone or montelukast, among others [16][17][18] . Although the nanotexture type implant was developed and used recently after the development of smooth surface and macrotexture surface, additional studies are still required to definitively determine the etiology and management of capsular contractures. ...