Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

(ISSN: 0032-1052, 1529-4242)

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From Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

2019 -

  • "Reply: Retrospective Review of the Complication Profile Associated with 71 Subcranial and Transcranial Midface Distraction Procedures at a Single Institution". 
  • Reply to letter by Drs. Jovanovic and Rasulie on the article: Reuse of the masseteric nerve for dynamic reanimation in facial palsy patients with previously failed one-stage dynamic smile reanimation. 
  • Our Opinion on the Reuse of the Masseteric Nerve for Dynamic Reanimation in Facial Palsy Patients with Previously Failed One-Stage Dynamic Smile Reanimation. 
  • "Reply: Intra-operative tissue perfusion measurement by Laser Speckle Imaging (LSI): a potential aid for reducing post-operative complications in free flap breast reconstructions." 
  • Adipose-Derived Stem Cells (ASCs) and Ceiling Culture-Derived Preadipocytes (ccdPAs) Cultured from Subcutaneous Fat Tissue Differ in their Epigenetic Characteristics and Osteogenic Potential. 
  • "Minced Skin Grafting for Promoting Wound Healing and Improving Donor Site Appearance after Split-thickness Skin Grafting: A Prospective Half-side Comparative Trial". 
  • The use of prophylactic antibiotic prior to primary palatoplasty is not associated with lower fistula rates: an outcome study utilizing the Pediatric Health Information System (PHIS) Database. 
  • Authors' reply to: Subcutaneous Mastectomy Improves Satisfaction with Body and Psychosocial Function in Trans Men: Findings of a Cross-Sectional Study Using the BODY-Q Chest Module. 
  • Outcomes of single versus double fascicular nerve transfers for restoration of elbow flexion in patients with brachial plexus injuries: a systematic review and meta-analysis. 
 
 

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