Sandhi, Afriyanti
Yayasan Lingkar Studi Bedah Plastik

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Multidisciplinary Approach in Treating Undiagnosed Severe Temporo Mandibular Joint Ankylosis : A Case Report Sandhi, Afriyanti; Pakpahan, Evie Lamtiur; Handayani, Siti; Bangun, Kristaninta
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 1 No 3 (2012): May-June Issue
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14228/jpr.v1i3.68

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Background: Temporo Mandibular Joint (TMJ) ankylosis refers to bone or fibrous adhesion of the anatomic joint component and the ensuing loss of their function. The TMJ forms the very cornerstone of craniofacial integrity and hence its ankylosis in growing children adversely affects the growth and development of the jaws and occlusion. Difficulty in mouth opening and mastication, poor oral hygiene and rampant caries pose a severe physical and psychological burden in the tender minds of children. Patient and Method: Bony ankylosis on the right TMJ in a female patient was not diagnosed until the patient reached her early teens, at which the condition was treated by bony fusion release on the right condyle. We managed the patient for further orthognathic surgery (Le Fort I Ostoeotomy and Bilateral Sagittal Split Osteotomy) to correct the skeletal deformity. Result: In collaboration with the Orthodontist for pre-surgery and post-surgery orthodontic treatment, and Physiotherapist for mouth opening and masticatory muscles exercises, a good functional and aesthetic result was achieved. Summary: Multidisciplinary approach in treating severe TMJ ankylosis is mandatory to achieve the optimum results. Awareness among all plastic surgeon and dentist involved in the treatment of craniofacial pathologies in children must be build to allow early diagnosis and treatment.
Acromiocervical Flap As One of the Modality To Reconstruct Post-Burn Neck Contracture: A Case Report Irwansyah, Denny; Sandhi, Afriyanti; Heryadi, Eko; Sudjatmiko, Gentur
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 1 No 4 (2012): July-August Issue
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14228/jpr.v1i4.78

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Abstract: Postburn neck contractures are frequent and may cause gross facial deformity and severe functional disability. Reconstruction of these deformities is challenging, especially to plastic surgeon. Several methods have been published including skin graft, local flap and free flap. Patient and Method: The case presented in this paper is a postburn neck contracture which had been managed by two plastic surgeons in two different hospitals. This deformity limits the normal function of eating, speaking and appearance of this patient. Skin graft was used to correct this deformity but in the next few months neck contracture recurred. Result: It results in minimal disability and in overall improved functional and appearance outcome. We report our experience using the acromiocervical flap on a case for reconstruction of neck contracture with a goal to prevent recurrence.Summary: Skin Grafting is not an easy and simple procedure for reconstruction of the neck contracture. It requires comprehensive rehabilitation program including prolonged neck splinting and patient compliance. Considering those difFIculties acromiocervical flap can be one of the modality to reconstruct post burn neck contracture because it is relatively simple and reliable.
Sole Reconstruction Using Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap: A Review of 4 Cases Atmodiwirjo, Parintosa; Sandhi, Afriyanti
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 2 No 3 (2013): July - September Issue
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14228/jpr.v2i3.165

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Background: The ideal technique for sole reconstruction should meet such requisite as a durable and comfortable weight-bearing surface, solid anchoring to deep tissue for resistance to shear force and adequate protective sensation. The anterolateral thigh (ALT) perforator free flap provides a large, pliable skin island and sufficient bulk, allowing three-dimensional tailoring to complex defects. The present article is about our experience of sole reconstruction ALT perforator free flap. Patient and Method: Total of 4 flaps in the foot defects was performed in February 2009 to December 2012. We reconstructed soft tissue defects in the sole using ALT free flaps, the complications, aesthetic and function results were monitored. Result: ALT perforator free flap provided stable and durable long-term wound cover in all patients, resulting in early rehabilitation and function outcomes were completely achieved. Complications were few and manageable in all cases. Summary: ALT perforator free flap has become common procedure in many centers around the world. The numerous advantages include stable wound coverage; improve aesthetic and functional outcomes, and minimal donor site morbidity. In our experiences, we found that the use of ALT perforator free flap in sole defect reconstruction, to be technically affordable, reliable and have resulted in excellent outcomes.
The Effect Of Erythropoietin Administration In Experimental Burns Wound Healing: An Animal Study Sandhi, Afriyanti; Wardhana, Aditya
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 3 No 1 (2016): January - June Issue
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14228/jpr.v3i1.194

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Background: The hematopoietic growth factor erythropoietin (EPO) attracts attention due to its all-tissue-protective pleiotropic properties. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of EPO in experimental burn wounds healing. Methods: Fifteen healthy Sprague-Dawley, strain of Rattus Novergicus weighing 300-350 grams, were prepared to achieve deep dermal burns. Animals were randomized to receive either low-dose EPO injection (600 IU/mL), high-dose EPO injection (3000 IU/mL) or nothing (control group). After 14 days of observations, quantitative and qualitative assessments of wound healing was determined. Results: The size of the wound area and re-epithelialization rate percentage was determined on Day-0, Day-5, Day-10, and Day-14. The average of raw surface areas measurement (p value: 0.012 in day-5; 0.009 in day-10 and 0.000 in day-14) and healing percentage of the lesions (p value: 0.011 in day-5; 0.016 in day-10 and 0.010 in day-14) were significantly best in the low-dose EPO grup compared to the control group and high-dose EPO grup. The histopathology evaluation revealed that the highest score for for re-epithelialization, granulation tissue and neo-angiogenesis were achieved by the low-dose EPO injection group than in both control and high-dose EPO injection groups. Conclusion: In this animal study using Sprague-Dawley rats, Recombinant Human EPO (rHuEPO) injection administration prompted the evidences of improved re-epithelialization and wound healing process of the skin caused by deep dermal burns. These findings may lead to a new therapeutic approach to improve the clinical outcomes for the management of burns wound healing.
Microsurgery Technique in the Foot Reconstruction of Soft Tissue Defects: A Review of 4 Cases Atmodiwirjo, Parintosa; Sandhi, Afriyanti
Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi Vol 1 No 1 (2012): January - February Issue
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14228/jpr.v1i1.30

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The restoration of an intact covering is the primary surgical requisite following soft tissue defects in the foot because deep healing can be no better than the surface covering. Soft tissue defects that expose underlying bones, joints, and tendons pose challenging problems and require a free tissue transfer for a successful reconstruction.Total of 4 flaps in the foot was performed between February 2009 to February 2010. We reconstructed soft tissue defects in the foot in 4 patients using 3 free anterolateral thigh (ALT) flaps and 1 free radial forearm (RF) flap. Trauma was the commonest cause in our patients.Free ALT and RF flaps provided stable and durable long-term wound cover in all patients. Complications were few and manageable.Free tissue transfer has become commonplace in many centers around the world. The numerous advantages include stable wound coverage; improve aesthetic and functional outcomes, and minimal donor site morbidity. In our experience, we found that the using of free ALT and RF flaps in foot defects reconstruction, to be technically affordable, reliable and have resulted in excellent outcomes.