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This study describes development and administration of an assay to assess the spontaneous smile of patients with facial paralysis.
This observational study of viewers’ reactions to photographs of children with protruding and nonprotruding ears concluded that protruding
ears draw more attention than do nonprotruding ears but do not cause a negative perception of personality traits.
This case report describes the use of bilateral transposition flaps as a viable method for single-stage reconstruction of central defects of the upper lip.
This cadaveric dissection study finds that modifications of lengthening temporalis myoplasty for facial paralysis reanimation must be considered with caution because the maximal lengthening potential can be obtained only when performing all 7 surgical steps.
This case series describes the use of botulinum toxin A as a treatment for pediatric patients with facial paralysis.
Interview with Siba Haykal, MD, PhD, author of The Role of Botulinum Toxin A in the Establishment of Symmetry in Pediatric Paralysis of the Lower Lip
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Transcutaneous Securing Technique for Nasal Onlay Grafts
Intraoperative demonstration of the transcutaneous securing technique for nasal onlay grafting.
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Effect of Protruding Ears on Visual Fixation Time and Perception of Personality
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Scalp Reconstruction: An Algorithmic Approach and Systematic Review
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