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Author: Richard K Dortzbach (5)


Dec
1969

To perform a quantitative analysis of adipocyte viability after fat processing during autologous fat transfer, comparing the processing methods of washing, centrifuging, and sedimentation.
An experimental study was conducted in which 24 fat samples were obtained after processing from 22 patients undergoing autologous fat transfer. Histologic analysis of periodic acid-Schiff-stained specimens was then performed.

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May
2002

To investigate the Cynomolgus monkey eyelid as an experimental model for oculoplastic surgery
Eyelid and periocular tissue were removed from Cynomolgus monkeys being euthanized. After fixation, the macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of the Cynomolgus monkey eyelid were studied.
Macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of the Cynomolgus monkey eyelids were described.

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Jan
2002

To study the lymphatic drainage of the cynomolgus monkey and human eyelid and periocular tissue by means of histochemistry.
Eyelid and periocular tissue from three cynomolgus monkeys undergoing sacrifice for glaucoma and retina research purposes and discarded tissue from a wedge resection of one human eyelid were used for histochemical analysis. Lymphatic capillaries were distinguished histochemically in monkey and human eyelids by light microscopy with a 5'-nucleotidase (5'-Nase) staining method.

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Mar
2002

To study the lymphatic drainage of the cynomolgus monkey through the use of lymphoscintigraphy.
Lymphoscintigraphy with 500 microCi of 99mTechnetium sulfur colloid injected at specific sites around the eyelids was performed with five cynomolgus monkeys in lateral and ventral positions.
Lymphoscintigraphy of the monkey eyelid and periocular tissue revealed lymphatic drainage to the parotid lymph nodes from the entire upper eyelid, medial canthus, and lateral lower eyelid and drainage to the submandibular lymph nodes from the medial and central lower eyelid.

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