November 2017 - Volume 140 - Issue 5
pp: 869-1079,651e-774e

Outcomes Article


Direct-to-Implant versus Two-Stage Tissue Expander/Implant Reconstruction: 2-Year Risks and Patient-Reported Outcomes from a Prospective, Multicenter Study

Srinivasa, Dhivya R.; Garvey, Patrick B.; Qi, Ji; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(5):869-877, November 2017.

  • Video Discussion

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Evidence-Based Guidelines and Measures


Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline: Autologous Breast Reconstruction with DIEP or Pedicled TRAM Abdominal Flaps

Lee, Bernard T.; Agarwal, Jayant P.; Ascherman, Jeffrey A.; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(5):651e-664e, November 2017.


Original Articles


Special Topics


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Original Articles



Original Articles


Resurfacing Capitate Pyrocarbon Implant versus Proximal Row Carpectomy Alone: A Comparative Study to Evaluate the Role of Capitate Prosthetic Resurfacing in Advanced Carpal...

Giacalone, Francesco; di Summa, Pietro G.; Fenoglio, Alessandro; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(5):962-970, November 2017.


Original Article


Outcomes Article


Ideas and Innovations


Special Topic



Head and Neck: Special Topic


Trunk: Original Article


Trunk: Ideas and Innovations


Abdominoplasty with Lymphatic Microsurgery for Patients with Secondary Lower Extremity Lymphedema

Akita, Shinsuke; Yamaji, Yoshihisa; Tokumoto, Hideki; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(5):719e-723e, November 2017.

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Lower Extremity: Original Articles


Sural Nerve Splitting in Reverse Sural Artery Perforator Flap: Anatomical Study in 40 Cadaver Legs

Kim, Hyeonwoo; Hu, Julong; Chang, Hak; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(5):1024-1032, November 2017.

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    Cover Article
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Not All Gustilo Type IIIB Fractures Are Created Equal: Arterial Injury Impacts Limb Salvage Outcomes

Stranix, John T.; Lee, Z-Hye; Jacoby, Adam; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(5):1033-1041, November 2017.

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Educators Series


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Creator: PRS Journal
Duration: 48:24
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery November 2017, Volume 140, Issue 5;
In a special “Reconstructive Masters Edition” of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2017 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board -M. Shuja Shafqat MD, Chad Purnell MD, and Jordan Frey MD- and special guest David Chang MD, Professor of Surgery & Chief of Section of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Chicago, discuss the following reconstructive articles from the November 2017 issue:
  • "Abdominoplasty with Lymphatic Microsurgery for Patients with Secondary Lower Extremity Lymphedema" by Akita, Yamaji, Tokumoto, et al.
  • "Not All Gustilo Type IIIB Fractures Are Created Equal: Arterial Injury Impacts Limb Salvage Outcomes" by Stranix, Lee, Jacoby, et al.
  • "Sural Nerve Splitting in Reverse Sural Artery Perforator Flap: Anatomical Study in 40 Cadaver Legs" by Kim, Hu, Chang, and Kim.

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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 24:23
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery November 2017, Volume 140, Issue 5;

The tumescent facelift provides ease of dissection, improved visualization, and hemostasis. It is ideally suited for lipodissection (tunneling) and an extended SMAS dissection to adequately tighten the platysma and elevate the facial soft tissues. The video describes the technique through a series of interdependent maneuvers and details the subtle, but necessary, superior/anterior rotation of the SMAS in order to achieve an excellent outcome without midline platysma plication. Part 2 of 2.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

Keywords: Cosmetic; aesthetic; face lift; SMAS, platysma; facial soft tissue; plication; dissection; hemostasis; intraoperative;

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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 23:23
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery November 2017, Volume 140, Issue 5;

The tumescent facelift provides ease of dissection, improved visualization, and hemostasis. It is ideally suited for lipodissection (tunneling) and an extended SMAS dissection to adequately tighten the platysma and elevate the facial soft tissues. The video describes the technique through a series of interdependent maneuvers and details the subtle, but necessary, superior/anterior rotation of the SMAS in order to achieve an excellent outcome without midline platysma plication. Part 1 of 2.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

Keywords: Cosmetic; aesthetic; face lift; SMAS, platysma; facial soft tissue; plication; dissection; hemostasis; pre-operative; marking; intraoperative;

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