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This randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial finds that preoperative use of dexamethasone reduced edema and ecchymosis at 7 days after rhinoplasty.
This case series describes use of myomucosal vertical Z-plasty tissue transposition for repair of whistle deformity in patients with previously repaired cleft lip.
This before-after study reports symptom improvement in patients with external nasal valve dysfunction undergoing reconstructive rhinoplasty.
This study characterizes the prevalence of patients with body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) seeking facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, and compares the ability of two BDD instruments to identify BDD patients in a busy clinical practice.
This randomized trial reports that radiofrequency thermotherapy results in outcomes at least as good as those achieved with bone-anchored suspension for treatment of lateral nasal wall collapse.
Interview with Rajanya S. Petersson, MD, author of Dynamic Facial Reanimation With Orthodromic Temporalis Tendon Transfer in Children
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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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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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