February 2014 - Volume 133 - Issue 2
pp: 203-462,90e-246e

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Variation in the Incidence of Distal Radius Fractures in the U.S. Elderly as Related to Slippery Weather Conditions

Giladi, Aviram M.; Shauver, Melissa J.; Ho, Allison; More

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery . 133(2):321-332, February 2014.

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Outcomes Article


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Head and Neck: Original Articles


Trunk: Original Articles


Lower Extremity: Original Article




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Creator: Rod J Rohrich, MD
Duration: 5:44

Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery” explores absorbable mesh, arch bars and 3-D printing, all new and evolving technologies available to the plastic surgeon. Volume 133, Issue 2.

“Beyond Biologics: Absorbable Mesh as a Low-Cost, Low-Complication Sling for Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction” by Tessler et al; “The Safe and Efficacious Use of Arch Bars in Patients during Primary and Mixed Dentition: A Challenge to Conventional Teachin” by Naran et al; “A Plastic Surgery Application in Evolution: Three-Dimensional Printing” by Gerstle et al.

All content is available at http://prsjournal.com

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