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Viewpoint 
David B. Hom, MD
This Viewpoint discusses the importance of helping patients feel comfortable during awake procedures and offers several suggestions to enhance care in these situations.
Original Investigation 
Susan L. Tan, BHSc, MD; Michael G. Brandt, BSc, MD; Jeffrey C. Yeung, BHSc, MD; Philip C. Doyle, PhD; Corey C. Moore, MD, MSc

Importance  In youth, facial aesthetic units flow together without perceptible division. The face appears as a single dynamic structure with a smooth contour and very little if any shadowing between different anatomical regions. As one ages, facial aesthetic units slowly become distinct. This process may be a ...

Original Investigation 
Peter C. Revenaugh, MD; Michael A. Fritz, MD; Timothy M. Haffey, MD; Rahul Seth, MD; Jeff Markey, MD; P. Daniel Knott, MD

Importance  Minimizing morbidity when performing free flap reconstruction of the head and neck is important in the overall reconstructive paradigm.

Objective  To examine the indications and success rates of free tissue transfer using small-caliber facial recipient vessels and minimal access incisions.

Design, Setting, and Participants  ...

Review 
Shaun C. Desai, MD; Jordan P. Sand, MD; Jeffrey D. Sharon, MD; Gregory Branham, MD; Brian Nussenbaum, MD
Includes: Supplemental Content, Multimedia: (powerpoint)

Importance  Reconstruction of the scalp after acquired defects remains a common challenge for the reconstructive surgeon, especially in a patient with a history of radiation to the area.

Objective  To review the current literature and describe a novel algorithm to help guide the reconstructive surgeon in ...

Original Investigation 
Dane Michael Barrett, MD; Travis W. Halbert, BS; Caitlin E. Fiorillo, MD; Stephen S. Park, MD; J. Jared Christophel, MD, MPH

Importance  Immediate postreduction imaging is a standard practice in the management of mandibular fractures at many hospitals. However, the literature suggests that postreduction imaging in maxillofacial fractures fails to influence clinical decision making significantly.

Objectives  To determine the cost-effectiveness of different clinical decision pathways regarding postreduction ...

Original Investigation 
Henry H. Chen, MD, MBA; Pardis Javadi, MD; Steven M. Daines, MD; Edwin F. Williams III, MD

Objective  To demonstrate the efficacy and longevity of injectable poly-L-lactic acid as a volumizing injectable in the midface region quantitatively using 3-dimensional (3-D) imaging.

Design, Setting, and Participants  Prospective study assessing changes in midfacial volume in 15 women aged between 40 and 60 years using a ...

Original Investigation 
Callum Faris, FRCS; Paul van der Eerden, PhD; Hade Vuyk, PhD

Importance  This study clarifies the pedicle geometry and vascular supply of a midline forehead flap for nasal reconstruction. It reports on the vascular reliability of this flap and its ability to reduce hair transposition to the nose, a major complicating factor of previous forehead flap designs.

Objective...

Research Letter 
Jungirl Seok, MD; Jee Hye Wee, MD; Hong Ryul Jin, MD, PhD
Rhinoplasty necessitates use of a varied spectrum of techniques tailored to each patient’s anatomic characteristics. To understand and describe surgical techniques better, rhinoplasty surgeons have been using pictorial records instead of text descriptions. However, because paper records are commonly filed or scanned to a personal computer and uploaded to an ...
Original Investigation 
Eva Placheta, MD; Matthew D. Wood, PhD; Christine Lafontaine, MSc; Manfred Frey, MD; Tessa Gordon, PhD; Gregory H. Borschel, MD

Importance  Facial nerve injury leads to severe functional and aesthetic deficits. The transgenic Thy1-GFP rat is a new model for facial nerve injury and reconstruction research that will help improve clinical outcomes through translational facial nerve injury research.

Objective  To determine whether serial in vivo imaging ...

Original Article  FREE
Judy W. Lee, MD; Shan R. Baker, MD

Objectives To describe our technique of using septal bone grafts for correction and stabilization of caudal septal deviation and to evaluate the effectiveness of this technique in the treatment of the deviated caudal septum.

Methods A retrospective review of 81 patients who underwent open septorhinoplasty using septal bone ...

Original Article  FREE
David A. Zopf, MD; Wade Iams, MD; Jennifer C. Kim, MD; Shan R. Baker, MD; Jeffrey S. Moyer, MD

Objective To evaluate the aesthetic and functional outcomes of a full-thickness skin graft and a separately harvested auricular cartilage graft for nasal alar defects created by Mohs micrographic surgery.

Design Twenty patients with deep Mohs micrographic surgery defects of the nasal ala who underwent reconstruction with a full-thickness ...

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