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Edgar Altchek

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  • 1972 -
    Second Prize, Resident's Night, New York Regional
    Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, New York Academy of Medicine

  • 1969 -
    Leon Ginzburg Award in Surgery
    Beth Israel Hospital

  • 1968 -
    Norman Stoller Award in Surgery
    Beth Israel Hospital


Altchek E, Hecht H. A Modification of the Standard Technique for Repair of Scrotal Elephantiasis. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1977; 60: 284.

Altchek E. Tearing of an Earlobe by Weight of a Telephone on an Earring. Plastic and Reconstructive 1977; 59: 564.

Altchek E, Sachdev V, Malis L. Repair of Postoperative Cerebrospinal Fluid Leak Following Radiation and Laminectomy: A Case Report. Mt Sinai Journal of Medicine 1978; 45: 288.

Altchek E, Hoffman S. Scrotal Reconstruction in Fournier Syndrome. Annals of Plastic Surgery 1979; 3: 523.

Altchek E. A Technical Consideration in the Serial Excision of a Nevus. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1980; 66: 849.

Altchek E. Plus Ca Change. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1980; 65: 849.

Altchek E. Book Critique. In: Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary. 26th 1982. pp354.

Altchek E. A Method of Accurate Determination of the Site of Nipple-Areola Reconstruction. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1982; 70: 405.

Altchek E. Instep Flap: Misnomer?. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1984; 73: 501.

Altchek E. Informed Consent. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1988; 82: 920.

Altchek E. Nonmelanoma Cancers of the Skin. New England Journal of Medicine 1993; 328: 1199.

Altchek E. Basal Cell Carcinoma Presenting as a Cleft Earlobe. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1998; 102: 1758.

Altchek E. Dental Flossing and Digital Trauma. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1998; 101: 243.

Altchek E. Hyperhidrosis. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2003; 111: 943.

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