A spectacle frame classification for rare craniofacial clefts.


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@article{Tang2012ASF, title={A spectacle frame classification for rare craniofacial clefts.}, author={Xiao-Jun Tang and Lai Gui and Zhiyong Zhang and Lin Yin and Philippe Pellerin}, journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery}, year={2012}, volume={129 1}, pages={195e-197e} }