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Plastik ve Rekonstrüktif Cerrahi Girişimlerin Psikiyatrik Yönleri

  title={Plastik ve Rekonstr{\"u}ktif Cerrahi Girişimlerin Psikiyatrik Y{\"o}nleri},
  author={Zeynep Savaş Şen and Atilla Ersoy and Savaş Serel and Murat Emiroğlu and Serdar G{\"u}ltan and Atilla Soykan},
Populer medyada plastik cerrahi, estetik ya da kozmetik cerrahi ile esdeger olarak degerlendirilir. Oysa plastik cerrahide kozmetik olanlar kadar rekonstruktif prosedurler de gerceklestirilir. Dogustan ya da sonradan olusan fiziksel deformiteler, travmaya bagli yaralanmalar, yaniklar,basi yaralari, lenfodem, tumorler ve benzer bircok kalitsal, tibbi hastaliklar ya da tedavi yontemleri sonucu ortaya cikan vucut gorunum degisikliklerinin duzeltilmesine yonelik rekonstruktif girisimler kisinin ruh… 



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