Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction, An Issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery
This issue discusses aesthetic reconstruction principles and techniques for the face that has been damaged by disease or trauma. It includes articles on reconstruction of scalp, forehead, eyelid, cheek, nose, and lip defects; endoscopic surgery for the lacrimal duct; prelamination and prefabrication applications; lipofilling; facial transplantation; surgical treatment and radiation therapy for facial skin cancer; and improving outcomes in aesthetic facial reconstruction.
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