Facial nerve paralysis is a possible presentation following COVID-19 infections and is associated with both Guillain-Barré Syndrome patients and non-GBS patients.
Second Opinions: Facial Nerve Paralysis
Facial and plastic surgery otolaryngology specialists discuss how the understanding and treatment of facial paralysis has changed over the years
What Is the Antidepressant, Anxiolytic, and ADHD Medication Rate Among Rhinoplasty Patients?
Rates of prescription medication use for anxiety, depression, and ADHD did not significantly differ between cases and controls in patients undergoing functional or aesthetic rhinoplasty.
Data Established on Patient-Reported Improvements in Nasal Function Following Component Dorsal Hump Reduction with Spreader Graft
Cosmetic component dorsal hump reduction with use of spreader grafts to reconstruct the middle vault results in improved subjective nasal function and aesthetics.
Functional Results Strongly Influence Postoperative Satisfaction in Patients Who Have Undergone Rhinoplasty
Functional outcomes play an important role in satisfaction and quality of life after rhinoplasty.
How To: 3D Customization for Microtia Repair in Hemifacial Microsomia
An increasingly popular tool used across multiple surgical specialties is three-dimensional (3D) printing, which offers the opportunity for case-by-case customization.
Assessment of Tranexamic Acid in Reducing Intraoperative Blood Loss During Rhytidectomy
Tranexamic acid (TXA) is an antifibrinolytic agent that inhibits clot breakdown and is well described in the literature toreduce intraoperative blood loss in craniofacial, cardiac, trauma, dermatologic, and orthopedic surgeries.
Optimal Management of Vascular Pedicle Is an Important Concern in Facial Free Flap Reconstruction
In mid and upper face reconstruction, vascular grafting, targeting more distal branches of the facial system, or additional maneuvers to optimize pedicle orientation is often required to secure revascularization.
How To: Novel Endoscopic Technique to Repair Large Septal Perforation
The objective of this study is to describe step by step an innovative technique to repair large septal perforations with a pure endoscopic extended AEA flap.
Physical Assault Is Increasingly the Most Significant Mechanism of Operative Facial Trauma in Adults
Operative middle and upper maxillofacial trauma decreased over a 17-year period, with assault identified as the most significant mechanism of trauma overall.
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