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Keloids: pathogenesis, clinical features, and management.
Cutaneous wound healing is a complex response to skin injury. Deregulation of this process can lead to excessive scar formation, as seen in keloids. Keloids are common skin lesions that are difficultExpand
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Contemporary management of pediatric facial trauma
Purpose of reviewFacial fracture management is often complex and demanding, particularly within the pediatric population. Although facial fractures in this group are uncommon relative to their adultExpand
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Managing the Pediatric Facial Fracture
Facial fracture management is often complex and demanding, particularly within the pediatric population. Although facial fractures in this group are uncommon relative to their incidence in adultExpand
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Contemporary Issues in Facial Gunshot Wound Management
Facial gunshot wounds pose a significant challenge for reconstructive surgeons, particularly when composed of significant soft and bone tissue defects. Often the result of assault, accident, orExpand
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Comprehensive Management of Orbital Fractures
Summary: Orbital fractures are some of the more challenging injuries faced by the plastic surgeon. As such a prominent facial feature, even the most minor asymmetries following trauma can beExpand
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Facial Gunshot Wounds: Trends in Management
Facial gunshot wounds, often comprising significant soft and bone tissue defects, pose a significant challenge for reconstructive surgeons. Whether resulting from assault, accident, or suicideExpand
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Fesoterodine, an advanced antimuscarinic for the treatment of overactive bladder: A safety update
The pillars of pharmacotherapy for overactive bladder (OAB) are antimuscarinic agents which inhibit bladder seoth muscle contractions through interference with acetylcholine action on muscarinicExpand
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The Use of Decellularized Dermal Grafting (AlloDerm) in Persistent Oro-nasal Fistulas after Tertiary Cleft Palate Repair
To assess the efficacy of decellularized dermal grafting as an adjunct to the closure of recurrent oro-nasal fistulas. Five consecutive patients with recurrent oro-nasal fistulas were repaired withExpand
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Principles of Facial Trauma: Orbital Fracture Management
Often, complex, optimal management of the orbital fracture is directly dependent on thorough initial evaluation, correct injury assessment, and timely initiation of chosen therapy. Most often,Expand
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Giant, Congenital Folliculosebaceous Cystic Hamartoma: A Case Against a Pathogenetic Relationship With Trichofolliculoma
Folliculosebaceous cystic hamartoma (FSCH) is a rare cutaneous hamartoma consisting of dilated folliculosebaceous units invested in mesenchymal elements. These solitary lesions typically affectExpand
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