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Despite our better understanding of the pathophysiology of peripheral nervous system and advancements in microsurgical repair techniques, peripheral nerve injuries are still considered as a reconstructive challenge for all surgeons. For achieving a better nerve regeneration and better end organ reinnervation, advanced microsurgical manipulations are(More)
Microstomia reconstruction due to the presence a blunted oral commissure is a challenging task because it requires the restoration of intricately balanced distinct layers of tissues: the oral mucosa, the orbicular muscle, the vermilion border, and the perioral skin. The reliability of commissural reconstruction depends on 2 factors: the first one is(More)
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