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Cleft Palate Repair by Double Opposing Z‐Plasty
  • L. T. Furlow
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • 1 December 1986
&NA; In an attempt to improve speech results following palate repair while allowing adequate maxillary growth, a palatoplasty using two opposing Z‐plasties of the soft palate, one of the oral and oneExpand
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Flaps for cleft lip and palate surgery.
  • L. T. Furlow
  • Medicine
  • Clinics in plastic surgery
  • 1 October 1990
The advantages of palate repair by double opposing Z-plasty include excellent access for complete mobilization of the palatal muscles, construction of an overlapping muscle sling, and avoidance ofExpand
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THE DORSALIS PEDIS ARTERIALIZED FLAP: A Clinical Study
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THE ROLE OF TENDON TISSUES IN TENDON HEALING
  • L. T. Furlow
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • 1 January 1976
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TIC DOULOUREUX OF THE NERVUS INTERMEDIUS: (SO-CALLED IDIOPATHIC GENICULATE NEURALGIA)
As a result of his observations of herpes, plus reports of sensory change and pain accompanying the peripheral type of facial palsy, Hunt1first described what he called geniculate neuralgia. He drewExpand
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The neurosurgical aspects of seventh nerve neurilemmoma.
I N 1935, Altmann, 1 in a paper on neurogenic tumors of the descending par t of the facial nerve, described the characteristic symptoms of this condition. He reviewed the cases reported by Schmid I~Expand
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V—Y “Cup” Flap for Volar Oblique Amputation of Fingers
For fingers left shorter volarly after finger-tip amputation, a volar V-Y amputation flap designed with the V-Y portion at the middle phalanx level and using the Snow cupping technique forExpand
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