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Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi

JPR
Prefix 10.14228 by 
2089-9734
2089-6492
Narottama Tunjung, MD

March 2012 (On Going)
Twice a Year (March & September)
Lingkar Studi Bedah Plastik Foundation
Jakarta, Indonesia  
editor@jprjournal.com

Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi is a renowned international journal that primarily focuses on scientific research and advancements in the field of plastic, reconstructive, and aesthetic surgery. The journal is peer-reviewed and open-access, making it accessible to all. It covers articles related to every sub-discipline of plastic, reconstructive, and aesthetic surgery, including craniomaxillofacial, hand surgery, reconstructive microsurgery and oncoplastic, burns and wounds, external genital, and aesthetic surgery. In addition, the journal features basic science and experimental studies linked to plastic, reconstructive, and aesthetic surgery. 

 

Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi welcomes all scientific article types, including clinical case reports and studies, experimental research, ideas and innovations, viewpoints, and surgical techniques. It is indexed by several renowned abstracting and indexing services, such as Google Scholar, Sinta Ristekbrin, Portal Garuda, Lens, Wizdom AI, Dimension, WorldCat, and Scilit. Furthermore, the journal has signed and implemented the DORA declaration, demonstrating its commitment to promoting ethical publishing practices.

 

Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi is the official journal of the Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery Training Program, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia. 

It warmly welcomes researchers and members of the plastic surgery community from every part of the world, regardless of their socioeconomic status. The journal aims to be an open platform for plastic surgery research, free of social and political barriers. The editorial board believes that the journal can serve as a catalyst to spread the science of plastic surgery worldwide, improve patient safety, and enhance surgical outcomes.

Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi follows the overall purpose of the Lingkar Studi Bedah Plastik Foundation®, the supporting organization behind the journal. The foundation strives to teach and sustain international plastic surgeons, provide essential patient care, promote professional attitudes, and uphold good ethical standards through education and research.



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5. Sukasah et al. Sidik-Chaula Urethroplasty and the Manset Flap for Non-Glanular Hypospadias Repair

As the Editor-in-Chief of Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi, it is with immense pride that I introduce our latest accomplishment – Volume 10 Issue 2, September 2023. This edition not only represents the culmination of rigorous scholarly work but also signifies a landmark in the ever-evolving field of plastic and reconstructive surgery. Each article within this issue has been meticulously selected to showcase the breadth and depth of advancements in this dynamic field.

In our Reconstructive section, the spotlight is on the innovative use of the forehead flap for facial defects reconstruction. The article titled "Forehead Flap for Facial Defects Reconstruction: Case Series and Review of the Literature" delves into a series of case studies, backed by an extensive literature review. This piece, authored by a team of experts, stands as a testament to the evolving techniques in facial reconstruction, providing insights into the intricate balance between functional and aesthetic restoration.

The field of Microsurgery is represented by two remarkable articles. "Free Flap Evaluation Following Reconstruction of Locally Advanced Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Tongue" offers an in-depth analysis of post-reconstruction evaluations. This study not only highlights the complexity of managing advanced carcinomas but also underscores the critical role of microsurgical techniques in achieving successful outcomes. Additionally, "Early Dangling Protocol Post Lower Extremity Free Flap Surgery: An Evidence-Based Case Report" presents a pioneering approach to postoperative care. This evidence-based study suggests novel strategies to enhance recovery, potentially setting new standards in post-surgical protocols.

Our Craniofacial section features the insightful "Facial Soft Tissues Reconstruction Methods after Tumor Resection in Soedarso General Hospital 2017 – 2022". This article offers a comprehensive review of various reconstructive methods, drawing from five years of clinical experiences. It serves as a valuable resource, highlighting the challenges and triumphs in craniofacial reconstruction following tumor resections, providing a roadmap for future advancements in this specialized area.

In the Burns section, the focus shifts to pediatric care with the article "Cyanoacrylate Glue Burn Injury in 2 Years Old Child". This case study is particularly poignant, illustrating the unique challenges in treating pediatric burn patients. It emphasizes the need for specialized approaches in burn care, especially in young children, and contributes significantly to our understanding of pediatric burn management.

As we present this edition, we stand on the cusp of new discoveries and innovations. The contributions within these pages reflect a commitment to excellence and a passion for advancing the frontiers of plastic and reconstructive surgery. Each article embodies the meticulous research, clinical expertise, and innovative thinking that is characteristic of our journal.

I extend my heartfelt gratitude to our contributors, reviewers, and editorial team, whose dedication and expertise have been pivotal in bringing this edition to fruition. It is our collective hope that this issue will not only serve as a cornerstone for current practices but also inspire future research and advancements in our field.

In closing, I invite our readers to delve into these pages, to explore, learn, and be inspired. Together, we continue to shape the future of plastic and reconstructive surgery, improving lives one innovation at a time.

Dr. Narottama Tunjung, MD
Editor-in-Chief, Jurnal Plastik Rekonstruksi

Reconstructive

Forehead Flap for Facial Defects Reconstruction: Case Series and Review of The Literature

Tan Margaretha Heidina Handoko, Darryl Samuel, Dona Christin Victe, Zulaekha Yolla, Gina Yunita Joice Sitorus
PDF

30-35

Microsurgery

Free Flap Evaluation Following Reconstruction of Locally Advanced Squamous Cell Carcinoma of The Tongue

Parintosa Atmodiwirjo, Diani Kartini, Maryam Nur Arina, Elrica Sapphira, Mohamad Rachadian Ramadan, Sara Ester Triatmoko
PDF

36-44

Early Dangling Protocol Post Lower Extremity Free Flap Surgery: An Evidence-based Case Report

Parintosa Atmodiwirjo, Timothy Aditya, Muhammad Tafdhil Tardha, Fadli Nazwan Sani
PDF

50-56

Craniofacial

Burns

Cyanoacrylate Glue Burn Injury in 2 Years Old Child

Aditya Wardhana, Rininta Christabella
PDF

57-61

Article Collection

Honey as Wound Treatment
Number of articles: 16
Created: 23 March 2020

We are pleased to announce to you our first article collections, chosen by JPR Editorial Boards. We have gathered our top articles discussing honey as wound treatment since 2012. With over 5000++ views and 3000++ downloads, the articles on honey have become the most popular articles in our journal. With the increasing number of the use of honey as wound treatment as well as the increasing interest in honey publications and writings, we present to you this collection of your great interest, which we think will be very educational and enriching.

The Editorial Boards would like to thank Dr. Gentur Sudjatmiko, Dr. Aditya Wardhana, Dr. Kristaninta Bangun, Dr. Siti Handayani, Dr. Prasetyanugraheni Kreshanti, Dr. Nandita Melati Putri for their contributions on this edition of JPR’s Article Collections. Click here to access the collection