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This case series reports that orthodromic temporalis tendon transfer for dynamic facial reanimation in children seems to be safe and effective.
Saman and colleagues compare wound and functional outcomes in patients with mandibular fractures who did and did not undergo postoperative maxillomandibular fixation.
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.
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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Free Tissue Transfer for Head and Neck Reconstruction: A Contemporary Review
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A Review of Medical and Surgical Treatment Options for Androgenetic Alopecia
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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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