Carlos Cuesta-Romero

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In last decades microvascular surgery has evolved considerably. Advances in suturing materials, surgical techniques, and optical augmentation have enabled the anastomosis of small vessels (below 0.5 mm in diameter). Clinically that means the possibility of replantation for fingertip amputations, flap harvest from a perforator vessel, and anastomosis to(More)
Anomalies in the complex topography of the pinna are often associated with disproportionate distances between the dimensions of its thirds, even with respect to the middle third of the face, forming macrotias that must be identified. If such correction is not carried out properly, the original deformation may even worsen in the postoperative period. For the(More)
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