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A Retrospective Analysis of Facial Fracture Etiologies
The medical records of 437 patients with 929 facial fractures were retrospectively analyzed. Fracture patterns were classified based on the presence or absence of fractures in each of 4 anatomicExpand
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Long-term predictable nipple projection following reconstruction.
The creation of the nipple-areola complex is often the final step in the surgical treatment of breast cancer patients, and it consequently has important symbolic and aesthetic implications. PatientExpand
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Current Surgical Practices in Cleft Care: Cleft Palate Repair Techniques and Postoperative Care
Background: The purpose of this study was to objectively report practices commonly used in cleft palate repair in the United States. This study investigates current surgical techniques, postoperativeExpand
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Management of obstetrical brachial plexus palsy evaluation, prognosis, and primary surgical treatment.
Primary surgery for obstetrical brachial plexus lesions is a young field of surgical expertise that offers the possibility of improved functional ability in carefully selected patients who wouldExpand
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Concomitant injuries in patients with panfacial fractures.
BACKGROUND Patients with panfacial fractures comprise a small portion of the overall facial fracture patient population. Because of the forces necessary to cause panfacial injury, these patientsExpand
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Pediatric head contours and inertial properties for ATD design.
Child head trauma in the United States is responsible for 30% of all childhood injury deaths with costs estimated at $10 billion per year. The common tools for studying this problem are the childExpand
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Early Experience with Fluorescent Angiography in Free-Tissue Transfer Reconstruction
Background: Soft-tissue and bony reconstruction with free-tissue transfer is one of the most versatile tools available to the reconstructive surgeon. Determination of flap perfusion and earlyExpand
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Use of a Three-Dimensional, Normative Database of Pediatric Craniofacial Morphology for Modern Anthropometric Analysis
Background: Surgical correction of cranial abnormalities, including craniosynostosis, requires knowledge of normal skull shape to appreciate dysmorphic variations. However, the inability of currentExpand
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Cellular Mechanisms for Diminished Scarring with Aging
&NA; The study of an age‐dependent spectrum of scar formation is driven by the desire to understand and recapitulate scarless healing. Although focus in the past has been directed toward scarring inExpand
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Clinical Implications of Orbital Volume Change in the Management of Isolated and Zygomaticomaxillary Complex–Associated Orbital Floor Injuries
Background: Orbital floor injuries can occur in isolation or in association with zygomaticomaxillary complex fractures. Volumetric computed tomographic measurements of affected orbits areExpand
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