Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Tissue-Engineered Solutions in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: Principles and Practice. 4
  2. & Current Evidence for Postoperative Monitoring of Microvascular Free Flaps: A Systematic Review.. Annals of Plastic Surgery 74(5), 621-632.
  3. & Long-Term Outcomes of Microsurgical Nasal Replantation: Review of the Literature and Illustrated 10-Year Follow-Up of a Pediatric Case with Full Sensory Recovery. Frontiers in Surgery 2(6)
  4. & Combined Carbon Dioxide Laser with Photodynamic Therapy for Nodular and Superficial Basal Cell Carcinoma. Annals of Plastic Surgery 73(5), 552-558.
  5. & Pilot project in rural western Madhya Pradesh, India, to assess the feasibility of using LED and solar-powered lanterns to remove kerosene lamps and related hazards from homes. Burns 41(3), 595-603.
  6. & The Use of Lipofilling to Treat Congenital Hypoplastic Breast Anomalies. Annals of Plastic Surgery 73(4), 371-377.
  7. & Anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL) and breast implants: Breaking down the evidence. Mutation Research/Reviews in Mutation Research 762, 123-132.
  8. & Adipogenic differentiation of adipose-derived stem cells in 3-dimensional spheroid cultures (microtissue): Implications for the reconstructive surgeon. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 67(12), 1726-1734.
  9. & Gram Negative Wound Infection in Hospitalised Adult Burn Patients-Systematic Review and Metanalysis-. PLoS ONE 9(4)
  10. & Characterization of the Digestive Tract Microbiota of Hirudo orientalis (Medicinal Leech) and Antibiotic Resistance Profile. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 133(3), 408e-418e.
  11. & The safety and efficacy of epinephrine in hand surgery: a systematic review of the literature and international survey. European Journal of Plastic Surgery 37(4), 183-188.
  12. & Application of Topical Negative Pressure (VAC) to Split Thickness Skin Grafts. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 132(4S-1), 154-155.
  13. & Changes in perceptions regarding correct preoperative storage and transfer of amputated digits: A 5-year follow-up. Microsurgery 34(1), 76-77.
  14. & An algorithm for maintaining nipple projection following nipple reconstruction. European Journal of Plastic Surgery 37(1), 53-54.
  15. & Pre-Operative Imaging of Perforator Flaps in Reconstructive Surgery : A Systematic review of the Evidence for Current Techniques. Annals of Plastic Surgery 71(2), 246
  16. & Serratia spp. Infection Following Breast Reconstruction with Expanders and Implants. The Breast Journal 19(3), 344-345.
  17. & Application of Topical Negative Pressure (Vacuum-Assisted Closure) to Split-Thickness Skin Grafts. Annals of Plastic Surgery 70(1), 23-29.
  18. & Is There a Need for Preoperative Imaging of the Internal Mammary Recipient Site for Autologous Breast Reconstruction?. Annals of Plastic Surgery 70(1), 111-115.
  19. & LETTER TO THE EDITOR Reply to: Anatomical Landmarks for Safe Elevation of the Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator Flap: A Cadaveric Study by Chowdhry et al.. Eplasty 12, e38-e38.
  20. & Autologous dermal grafts for rectus sheath reconstruction and application in closure of ventral myofascial defects. Updates in Surgery 64(3), 203-210.
  21. & Pre-expanded bipedicled deep inferior epigastric artery perforator (DIEP) flap for paediatric lower limb reconstruction. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 65(11), 1603-1605.
  22. & Preoperative Imaging for Perforator Flaps in Reconstructive Surgery. Annals of Plastic Surgery 69(1), 3-9.
  23. & Re: images for surgeons: digital thermographic photography (“thermal imaging”) for preoperative perforator mapping.. Annals of Plastic Surgery 68(6), 641-641.
  24. & The Gracilis Myocutaneous Free Flap: A Quantitative Analysis of the Fasciocutaneous Blood Supply and Implications for Autologous Breast Reconstruction. PLoS ONE 7(5)
  25. & Establishing a Perforator Flap Nomenclature Based on Anatomical Principles. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 129(5), 877e-879e.
  26. & Changes in Vascular Anatomy following Reconstructive Surgery: An in vivo Angiographic Demonstration of the Delay Phenomenon and Venous Recanalization. Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery 28(6), 363-366.
  27. & The oldest reported mirror hand? The curse of the coal-house frog!. Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England 94(4), e149-e151.
  28. & Lore's fascia and the platysma-auricular ligament are distinct structures. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 65(9), e241-e245.
  29. & Serratia marcescens: a historical tale forged in blood?. ANZ Journal of Surgery 82(4), 287
  30. & The efficacy of medicinal leeches in plastic and reconstructive surgery: A systematic review of 277 reported clinical cases. Microsurgery 32(3), 240-250.
  31. & The effect of radiotherapy on implant-based breast reconstruction in the setting of skin-sparing mastectomy: clinical series and review of complications.. Anticancer Research 32(2), 553-557.
  32. & Autologous microsurgical breast reconstruction and coronary artery bypass grafting: an anatomical study and clinical implications. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 134(1), 181-198.
  33. & Continued Observations in the Postoperative Monitoring of Free Flaps: preliminary experiences with Masimo Radical-7 transcutaneous plethysmography and pulse oximetry.. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 129(1), 222e-223e.
  34. & Deep Inferior Epigastric Artery Perforator Flap Harvest after Abdominoplasty with the Use of Computed Tomographic Angiography. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 129(1), 198e-200e.
  35. & Re: Digital infrared thermography for the pre-operative planning of microsurgical breast reconstruction: A comparison with CTA. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 65(5), 695-696.
  36. & Change in operative workload for rheumatoid disease of the hand: 1,109 procedures over 13 years. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 65(6), 800-803.
  37. & Near Infrared Spectroscopy for Monitoring Flap Viability Following Breast Reconstruction. Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery 28(03), 149-154.
  38. & Technology-assisted and sutureless microvascular anastomoses: Evidence for current techniques. Microsurgery 32(1), 68-76.
  39. & Bushfire Disaster Burn Casualty Management: the Australian "Black Saturday" bushfire experience.. Annals of Plastic Surgery 67(5), 460-463.
  40. & The anatomy and variations of the internal thoracic (internal mammary) artery and implications in autologous breast reconstruction: clinical anatomical study and literature review. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy 34(2), 159-165.
  41. & Ethical dilemmas in the acute setting: a framework for clinicians. BMJ 343
  42. & A Combined Anatomical and Clinical Study for Quantitative Analysis of the Microcirculation in the Classic Perfusion Zones of the Deep Inferior Epigastric Artery Perforator Flap. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 128(3), 821-822.
  43. & Dynamic infrared thermography for the preoperative planning of microsurgical breast reconstruction: A comparison with CTA. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 65(1), 130-132.
  44. & Images in Plastic Surgery: the anatomy of macrovascular arteriovenous shunts and implications for abdominal wall free flaps.. Annals of Plastic Surgery 67(2), 99-100.
  45. & Chemical and Mechanical Alternatives to Leech Therapy: A Systematic Review and Critical Appraisal. Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery 27(08), 481-486.
  46. & One versus Two Venous Anastomoses in Microvascular Free Flap Surgery. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 127(6), 2514-2515.
  47. & Medicinal leeches and the microsurgeon: A four-year study, clinical series and risk benefit review. Microsurgery 31(4), 281-287.
  48. & The importance of the superficial venous anatomy of the abdominal wall in planning a superficial inferior epigastric artery (SIEA) flap: Case report and clinical study. Microsurgery 31(6), 454-457.
  49. & Images in Plastic Surgery: digital thermographic photography ("thermal imaging") for preoperative perforator mapping.. Annals of Plastic Surgery 66(4), 324-325.
  50. & Introduction of the Implantable Doppler System Did Not Lead to an Increased Salvage Rate on Compromised Flaps: A Multivariate Analysis. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 127(2), 1020-1021.
  51. & The Management of Open Lower Limb Fractures: The Journey From Amputation to Evidence-Based Reconstruction and Harpsichords. Annals of Plastic Surgery 66(1), 3-5.
  52. & The deep inferior epigastric artery perforator flap for autologous reconstruction of large partial mastectomy defects. Microsurgery 31(1), 12-17.
  53. & Perforator Number Predicts Fat Necrosis in a Prospective Analysis of Breast Reconstruction with Free TRAM, DIEP, and SIEA Flaps. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 126(6), 2286-2288.
  54. & Macromastia (large breasts): request for breast reduction. BMJ 341
  55. & Reply. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 126(5), 1790-1791.
  56. & Modern adjuncts and technologies in microsurgery: An historical and evidence-based review. Microsurgery 30(8), 657-666.
  57. & Surgical Correction and Reconstruction of the Nipple-Areola Complex: Current Review of Techniques. Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery 26(09), 589-600.
  58. & Deep inferior epigastric perforators do not correlate between sides of the body: The role for preoperative imaging. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 63(12), e842-e843.
  59. & Acute Pain Management during Facial Injection of Botulinum Toxin: An Evidence-Based Systematic Review. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 125(4), 162e-164e.
  60. & The Efficacy of Clinical Assessment in the Postoperative Monitoring of Free Flaps: A Review of 1140 Consecutive Cases. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 125(4), 1157-1166.
  61. & Buried Free Flaps for Breast Reconstruction: A New Technique Using the Cook-Swartz Implantable Doppler Probe for Postoperative Monitoring. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 125(4), 171e-172e.
  62. & Venous coupler for free-flap anastomosis: outcomes of 1,000 cases.. Anticancer Research 30(4), 1293-1294.
  63. & Postoperative Monitoring of Free Flaps in Autologous Breast Reconstruction: A Multicenter Comparison of 398 Flaps Using Clinical Monitoring, Microdialysis, and the Implantable Doppler Probe. Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery 26(06), 409-416.
  64. & Banking a DIEP Flap in High-Risk Patients: A New Technique during Unilateral DIEP Harvest. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 125(3), 114e-115e.
  65. & Malignant Melanoma: perspectives, diagnostics and treatment.. Annals of Plastic Surgery 64(2), 132-133.
  66. & Facial Transplantation: An Anatomic and Surgical Analysis of the Periorbital Functional Unit. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 125(1), 125-134.
  67. & Measuring the Pressure in the Superficial Inferior Epigastric Vein to Monitor for Venous Congestion in Deep Inferior Epigastric Artery Perforator Breast Reconstructions: A Pilot Study. Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery 26(02), 103-107.
  68. & Banking a hemiabdominal DIEP flap: Oncologic indications. Microsurgery 30(1), 83-84.
  69. & Postoperative monitoring of lower limb free flaps with the Cook–Swartz implantable doppler probe: A clinical trial. Microsurgery 30(5), 354-360.
  70. & Learning to Be a Safe and Effective Cosmetic Surgeon. Annals of Plastic Surgery 63(6), 588
  71. & Subspecialization in Plastic Surgery: The Importance of Fellowship Training. Annals of Plastic Surgery 63(4), 355
  72. & A single center comparison of one versus two venous anastomoses in 564 consecutive DIEP flaps: Investigating the effect on venous congestion and flap survival. Microsurgery 30(3), 185-191.
  73. & The efficacy of postoperative monitoring: A single surgeon comparison of clinical monitoring and the implantable Doppler probe in 547 consecutive free flaps. Microsurgery 30(2), 105-110.
  74. & Basal cell carcinoma treated successfully with combined CO2 laser and photodynamic therapy in a renal transplant patient: a case report. Cases Journal 2
  75. & BiomedExperts: Unlocking the Potential of the Internet to Advance Collaborative Research in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Annals of Plastic Surgery 63(2), 120-121.
  76. & OP23: THE USE OF NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (NIRS) TO CONTINUOUSLY MONITOR MYO-CUTANEOUS RECONSTRUCTIONS. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 124(2S), 687
  77. & Postoperative monitoring of microsurgical free tissue transfers for head and neck reconstruction: A systematic review of current techniques. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 47(7), 574-575.
  78. & Another Barak From Earlier Times: Elucidating the Origins of Rhinoplasty and Solving the “B.L.” Mystery. Annals of Plastic Surgery 63(1), 2-5.
  79. & Microsurgery: Past, Present, and Future. Annals of Plastic Surgery 62(6), 599
  80. & Fluid resuscitation in adults with severe burns at risk of secondary abdominal compartment syndrome—An evidence based systematic review. Burns 35(7), 911-920.
  81. & How long are fasciocutaneous flaps dependant on their vascular pedicle: A unique case of SIEA flap survival. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 63(4), e347-e350.
  82. & A Reliable and Aesthetic Technique for Cephalic Vein Harvest in DIEP Flap Surgery. Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery 25(05), 319-321.
  83. & Preventing infective complications following leech therapy: Is practice keeping pace with current research?. Microsurgery 29(8), 619-625.
  84. & Perineal and posterior vaginal wall reconstruction with superior and inferior gluteal artery perforator flaps. Microsurgery 29(8), 626-629.
  85. & PR15 NEW TECHNIQUE IN PERINEAL AND POSTERIOR VAGINAL WALL RECONSTRUCTION: SUPERIOR AND INFERIOR GLUTEAL ARTERY PERFORATOR FLAPS. ANZ Journal of Surgery 79(s1), A57
  86. & Performing two DIEP flaps in a working day: an achievable and reproducible practice. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 63(4), 648-654.
  87. Plastic Surgery: Melange of Art and Science. Annals of Plastic Surgery 62(3), 226
  88. & Molecular genetic and clinical review of Ehlers–Danlos Type VIIA: implications for management by the plastic surgeon in a multidisciplinary setting. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 62(5), 589-594.
  89. & Pre operative computed tomographic angiography (CTA): A valuable lesson in planning DIEP flaps. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 62(4), 551
  90. & The financial implications of computed tomographic angiography in DIEP flap surgery: A cost analysis. Microsurgery 29(2), 168-169.
  91. & The radiation exposure of Computed Tomographic Angiography (CTA) in DIEP flap planning: low dose but high impact. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 62(12), e654-e655.
  92. & Component Separation of the Index Finger to Reconstruct the Thumb. Annals of Plastic Surgery 61(6), 618-621.
  93. & “Circumspectus Medicinae: Texts and Contexts”. Annals of Plastic Surgery 61(6), 593-594.
  94. & The Palmaris Longus Tendon Weave: A Novel Method of Reconstructing the Transverse Carpal Ligament. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 122(6), 227e-228e.
  95. & Planning and optimising DIEP flaps with virtual surgery: the Navarra experience. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 63(2), 289-297.
  96. & Peritoneo-cutaneous perforators in deep inferior epigastric perforator flaps: A cadaveric dissection and computed tomographic angiography study. Microsurgery 29(2), 124-127.
  97. & Kirschner wires: a novel technique to assist abdominal closure utilising the viscoelastic properties of skin. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 62(5), e115-e116.
  98. & Post operative monitoring of microvascular breast reconstructions using the implantable Cook–Swartz doppler system: A study of 145 probes & technical discussion. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 62(10), 1286-1292.
  99. & Preoperative CT angiography reduces surgery time in perforator flap reconstruction. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 62(9), 1112-1117.
  100. & A simple adjunct to facilitate hand held Doppler perforator localisation following microsurgical breast reconstruction. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 61(10), 1194
  101. & A simple method of implantable Doppler cuff attachment: Experience in 150 DIEP breast reconstructions. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 61(10), 1251-1252.
  102. & Perceptions of correct preoperative storage and transfer of amputated digits: a national survey of referring emergency departments. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 61(11), 1418-1419.
  103. & Paediatric alkaline and thermal burn injury due to airbag deployment: A public health risk. Injury Extra 39(9), 311-312.
  104. Book Review A History of Plastic Surgery By Paolo Santoni-Rugiu and Philip J. Sykes. 395 pp., illustrated, with CD-ROM. Berlin, Springer, 2007. $329. 978-3-540-46240-8. New England Journal of Medicine 358(11), 1204
  105. & A Critical Evaluation of the Use of Biobrane as a Biologic Skin Substitute. Annals of Plastic Surgery 60(3), 333-337.
  106. & Biobrane: A Versatile Tool in the Armamentarium of the Reconstructive and Burns Surgeon. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 121(3), 152e-153e.
  107. & Sting-ray injuries to the hand: case report, literature review and a suggested algorithm for management. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 62(8), e270-e273.
  108. & A novel, cost effective escharotomy simulator and trainee assessment. Burns 34(4), 531-532.
  109. & Composite tissue allotransplantation: a review of relevant immunological issues for plastic surgeons. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 61(5), 481-492.
  110. & A global overview of burns research highlights the need for forming networks with the developing world. Burns 34(1), 3-5.
  111. & Combined CO2 Laser With Photodynamic Therapy for the Treatment of Nodular Basal Cell Carcinomas. Annals of Plastic Surgery 59(5), 484-488.
  112. & The Management of Maxillofacial Trauma in the Renaissance - A mini-case series. Annals of Plastic Surgery 59(4), 372-374.
  113. & Reconstructive microsurgery; not nonoperative facial rejuvenation: Essentials of plastic surgery in the 21st century. Microsurgery 27(6), 575
  114. & The use of Biobrane® by burn units in the United Kingdom: A national study. Burns 33(8), 1015-1020.
  115. & You Need a Lot of "Plastic" to Become a Plastic Surgeon.. Annals of Plastic Surgery 59(2), 229-230.
  116. & The Birth of Plastic Surgery: The Story of Nasal Reconstruction from the Edwin Smith Papyrus to the Twenty-First Century. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 120(1), 327-336.
  117. & Larval therapy from antiquity to the present day: mechanisms of action, clinical applications and future potential. Postgraduate Medical Journal 83(980), 409-413.
  118. & Burns due to flaming alcoholic beverages in the UK: A mini series and experimental study. Burns 34(2), 281-283.
  119. & The use of aquacel Ag® in the treatment of partial thickness burns: A national study. Burns 33(5), 679-680.
  120. & Augmentation or Reduction of Plastic Surgery Training in the United Kingdom: Should We Embrace or Oppose Nurses Operating Independently?. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 119(6), 1969-1970.
  121. & A Novel Tension-Reducing Suture to Protect the T-Junction after Reduction Mammaplasty. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 119(4), 1386-1387.
  122. & Microvascular Reconstruction of the Upper Extremity. European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery 33(1), 14-23.
  123. & A Novel Technique to Aid Vein Graft Preparation in the Microsurgery Laboratory. Annals of Plastic Surgery 58(2), 232-233.
  124. & An analysis of 1361 aesthetic procedures from 2000 to 2005 in a large regional plastic surgery unit: implications for cosmetic surgery training. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 60(4), 437-439.
  125. & Perineal scalds from drive through restaurants: A public health hazard. Burns 33(2), 258-260.
  126. Scalpels and sparkplugs: the future of plastic surgery.. Annals of Plastic Surgery 57(5), 590
  127. & Composite tissue allotransplantation of the hand and face: a new frontier in transplant and reconstructive surgery. Transplant International 19(11), 868-880.
  128. & Gaining Entry Into Plastic Surgical Training in the United Kingdom: A Comparative Study With Orthopedics and Otolaryngology. Annals of Plastic Surgery 56(6), 696-698.
  129. & Hyperlinking With Your Tablet Personal Computer: Enhancing Your Surgical Logbook. Annals of Plastic Surgery 56(6), 702-703.
  130. & The Prevention of Migration during Leech Therapy. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 117(7), 2539
  131. & Achievement of Successful Applicants to Higher Surgical Training Posts in Plastic Surgery in the United Kingdom. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 117(5), 1667-1670.
  132. & From the Bible to Biosurgery: Lucilia sericata -- Plastic Surgeon's Assistant in the 21st Century. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 117(5), 1670-1671.
  133. & Ubiquitous Equipment on a Plastic Surgery Ward: An Infection Risk?. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 117(4), 1369-1370.
  134. & Variations in the postoperative management of free tissue transfers to the head and neck in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 45(1), 16-18.
  135. & THE "RECTUS HITCH STITCH": A TECHNIQUE TO PROVIDE LENGTH AND PREVENT PROLAPSE OF THE NEOVAGINA IN GENDER REASSIGNMENT. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 116(7), 2054-2056.
  136. & Chondrodermatis Nodularis Helicis: A Simple Adjunct to a Nonsurgical Approach. Annals of Plastic Surgery 55(5), 557
  137. & Radiology Quiz Case 1. Archives of Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery 131(10), 921
  138. Historical case: Aenictinae: the arthropodic suture.. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 43(4), 362-363.
  139. & The Cook–Swartz venous Doppler probe for the post-operative monitoring of free tissue transfers in the United Kingdom: a preliminary report. British Journal of Plastic Surgery 58(3), 366-370.
  140. & By what mechanism do leeches help to salvage ischaemic tissues?. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 43(2), 155-160.
  141. & A NOVEL INTERNAL NASAL PROSTHESIS TO MAINTAIN THREE-DIMENSIONAL STABILITY AFTER RECONSTRUCTION OF THE NOSE. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 115(2), 669-671.
  142. & Current techniques in the post-operative monitoring of microvascular free-tissue transfers. European Journal of Plastic Surgery 27(7), 315-321.
  143. & Carpal tunnel decompression. The impact of tourniquet, anaesthesia type, and operating team on patient satisfaction scores. British Journal of Plastic Surgery 58(1), 116-119.
  144. & Surgical smoke without fire: The risks to the plastic surgeon.. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 114(6), 1658-1660.
  145. & FULL-THICKNESS BURNS FOLLOWING MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING: A DISCUSSION OF THE DANGERS AND SAFETY SUGGESTIONS. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 1344-1345.
  146. & PRIMARY ASSESSMENT OF HAND INJURIES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 114(1), 273-274.
  147. & Needle-stick injuries in the National Health Service: a culture of silence. JRSM 97(7), 326-327.
  148. & Hirudo Medicinalis and the plastic surgeon. British Journal of Plastic Surgery 57(4), 348-353.
  149. & Eosinophilic gastroenteritis presenting as obstructive jaundice. European Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology 16(4), 407-409.
  150. & Historical Article: Hirudo medicinalis: ancient origins of, and trends in the use of medicinal leeches throughout history. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 42(2), 133-137.
  151. & Plastic surgery senior house officers in the UK and Ireland: academic background, publication rates and research plans. British Journal of Plastic Surgery 57(2), 139-142.
  152. & A NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR CONNECTING TUBING PLACEMENT OF REMOTE SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE EXPANDER PORTS. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 113(2), 781-782.
  153. & Haemopneumothorax after fine needle aspiration of the breast. JRSM 97(1), 50
  154. & Hirudo medicinalis: The Need for Prophylactic Antibiotics. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 112(4), 1185-1186.
  155. & Effective management of the airway in the Pierre Robin syndrome using a modified nasopharyngeal tube and pulse oximetry. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 41(4), 272-274.
  156. & POSTOPERATIVE MONITORING OF MICROVASCULAR TISSUE TRANSFERS: CURRENT PRACTICE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 111(6), 2118-2119.
  157. & Pregnancy after breast cancer. European Journal of Cancer 39(6), 736-741.
  158. & To Demonstrate or Not to Demonstrate. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 41(2), 134
  159. & Publication rates for abstracts presented at the British Association of Plastic Surgeons meetings: how do we compare with other specialties?. British Journal of Plastic Surgery 56(2), 158-160.
  160. & Use of Hirudo medicinalis by maxillofacial surgical units in the United Kingdom: current views and practice. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 41(1), 54-55.
  161. Leuprorelin acetate granulomas: recurrent subcutaneous nodules mimicking metastatic deposits at injections sites. BJU International 91(1), 125
  162. & A 5-year retrospective study: burn injuries due to hot cooking oil. Burns 28(4), 401-402.
  163. PLASTIC SURGERY FROM CAMBRIDGE, U.K., TO CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS, U.S.A.. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 108(2), 580

Books

  1. (Eds.). Post Operative Complications (Oxford Specialist Handbooks).. David Leaper, Iain S Whitaker (Ed.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  2. & (Eds.). Multiple Choice Questions in Plastic Surgery. Shrewsbury: TFM Publishing Limited.