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Mehta and Gantous determine whether incisionless otoplasty is a reliable and replicable technique in correcting prominauris.
Rousso and Kim review medical and surgical treatment options for patients with androgenetic alopecia.
L. G. Patrocínio and coauthors evaluate the lateral crural steal technique for nasal tip surgery, comparing immediate and late postoperative results.
This Special Communication provides a perspective on nonsurgical options for periocular aesthetic interventions.
Revenaugh et al review the technique for harvesting an anterolateral thigh adipofascial flap and the varied scenarios in which it can be used for mucosal restoration in oral cavity and nasal reconstruction.
Interview with Brian J. Wong, MD, PhD, author of Population-Based Assessment of Currently Proposed Ideals of Nasal Tip Projection and Rotation in Young Women
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Frontal Sinus and Naso-orbital-Ethmoid Fractures
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Free Tissue Transfer for Head and Neck Reconstruction: A Contemporary Review
Bronzino and the Evolution of a Portrait, Barbara Williams, by Gillian M. Dunlop
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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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