M Rigot-Jolivet

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The periosteum of the temporal area is mentioned at different places in the literature: either against the osseous plane like everywhere in the human body, or between the deep and the superficial temporal fascia. The subperiosteal subtemporal approach in craniofacial surgery in children is in favour of a juxta-osseous localization of the periosteum. Ten(More)
The authors describe a craniofacial surgical approach that they have used since 1987. Based on existing anatomical continuity between the subtemporal plane and the cranial periosteum, it consists of a direct subperiosteal subtemporal cleavage. Preservation of continuity between the muscle and the periosteum allows the operator to return the temporalis(More)
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