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Review of Brow and Upper Eyelid Surgery

James M. Ridgway, MD1; Wayne F. Larrabee Jr, MD1
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1Larrabee Center for Plastic Surgery, Seattle, Washington
JAMA Facial Plast Surg. 2014;16(2):155. doi:10.1001/jamafacial.2013.1559.
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The treatment of the brow and upper eyelid complex requires an exacting knowledge of functional anatomy as well as ethnic, aesthetic, and age-related characteristics. The complex interrelationships of the soft tissues surrounding the human eye leads one to appreciate the various discoveries and contributions by plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, and dermatologists. The editors and authors elegantly present a collaborative effort of 20 articles that exemplify the superiority of the multispecialty approach. This offering provides the most advanced techniques in periorbital rejuvenation including surgical, minimally invasive, and resurfacing procedures. The Clinics Review Articles also provide, in exceptional detail, anatomic, adjuvant, and clinically relevant material for both the junior and senior surgeon alike. The current collection of world renowned physicians represents a new standard to which all other contributions will be compared and is an essential piece of any medical library.

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