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Shadfar et al use a cadaveric model to determine the effect of suture and cartilage graft techniques on nasal airflow using computational fluid dynamic (CFD) analysis.
Frigerio et al test the performance of a multichannel surface EMG blink detection system in 15 healthy volunteers for application in closed-loop facial pacing.
Aynehchi and colleagues examine the effects of celecoxib in reducing pain and possible opioid consumption following face-lift surgery.
This case series describes a technique for successful salvage of failed free muscle transfers for facial reanimation.
This study asked lay survey participants to rate the attractiveness of lateral facial portraits of young women to identify ideal nasal tip projection and rotation.
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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Alar Batten Grafts
Surgical technique for alar batten grafts.
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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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