A combination of diffuse reflectance spectroscopy luorescence spectroscopy is a potentially useful intraoperative tool for identification of nerves from adjacent tissues.
Literature Reviews » Facial Plastic/Reconstructive
These poor outcomes seem to be the result of factors intrinsic to pregnancy, not the tendency for medical therapy to be withheld in pregnancy-associated cases of BP.
The REMS is a potential teaching tool capable of reducing tremor in novice users.
Free flap reconstruction of glossectomy defects is associated with increased morbidity and operative time when compared with nonflap reconstruction
Data suggest a shifting trend in mandible fracture management, with no statistical increase in complications when using manual reduction with ORIF
What are the factors that influence the choice of technique and complications of scalp reconstruction after oncologic ablation? Background: Scalp defects can be produced through a number of conditions and treatments. Scalp reconstruction following oncologic resection presents a particularly difficult situation for both patient and surgeon given the urgency of ablation and uncertainty in final […]
Steep start-up costs, time-consuming marketing efforts should be considered before adding procedure to your practice
Which assessment methodologies are currently employed by those involved in the care of patients with facial palsy?
What types of iatrogenic facial nerve injuries (IFNIs) are most likely to occur in which circumstances?
What is the experience in using a superficial muscoloaponeurotic system (SMAS)-platysma flap in facial-aesthetic parotid surgery for benign parotid neoplasms? Background: The surgical management of benign parotid neoplasms has evolved from oncologic safety alone to an operation that is focused on limited visible incisions, facial contour restoration, prevention of Frey syndrome, and preservation of facial motor […]