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The aging process in the human face most often is first visible in the temporal-orbital region, where the ptosis of the eyebrow edge and pseudoexcess of upper eyelid skin are caused by orbicularis oculi muscle downfall. Through the upper blepharoplasty standard incision, the orbicularis oculi muscle is mobilized widely and suspended into a higher position(More)
  • G Leopizzi
  • 1996
In staging and performing secondary iatrogenous or post-traumatic rhinoplasty, it has clearly been shown that the use of grafts plays a key role in reconstructing the defective or missing anatomical parts. On the other hand, in primary rhinoplasty, in general the one prevailing concept is removal of the osteo-cartilage to shape the nose. However, in order(More)
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