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This study modified facial photographs to emphasize facial aesthetic unit separation and assessed observers' judgments of the youthfulness of paired images without and with the change.
This case series based on medical record review reports indications for and outcomes of free tissue head and neck reconstruction using small-caliber recipient vessels and minimal access incisions.
This narrative review summarizes current science and practice around scalp reconstruction, and proposes a novel algorithm to help surgeons determine optimal cosmetic and functional outcomes.
This cost-effectiveness (CE) analysis of postreduction imaging in management of mandibular fractures reports sensitivity of CE estimates to surgeon complication rate and institutional charges.
This case series uses 3D-imaging to assess the longevity of injectable poly-L-lactic acid as a volumizing filler in the midface region.
Interview with Rajanya S. Petersson, MD, author of Dynamic Facial Reanimation With Orthodromic Temporalis Tendon Transfer in Children
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Intraoperative Video Showing Vector of Pull
The Peña muscle stimulator is placed anterior to the ear near the zygomatic root to stimulate the temporalis muscle.
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Scalp Reconstruction: An Algorithmic Approach and Systematic Review
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Free Tissue Transfer for Head and Neck Reconstruction: A Contemporary Review
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Author Tessa A. Hadlock, MD, discusses Optimizing Total Facial Nerve Patient Management for Effective Clinical Outcomes Research.
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