December 2017 - Volume 140 - Issue 6
pp: 1081-1321,775e-841e

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Prescription Opioid Use among Opioid-Naive Women Undergoing Immediate Breast Reconstruction

Marcusa, Daniel P.; Mann, Rachel A.; Cron, David C.; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(6):1081-1090, December 2017.

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Evidence-Based Guidelines and Measures


Evidence-Based Performance Measures: Quality Metrics for the Care of Patients Undergoing Breast Reconstruction

Manahan, Michele A.; Wooden, William A.; Becker, Stephen M.; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(6):775e-781e, December 2017.


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Ideas and Innovations


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The Tissue-Engineered Tendon-Bone Interface: In Vitro and In Vivo Synergistic Effects of Adipose-Derived Stem Cells, Platelet-Rich Plasma, and Extracellular Matrix Hydrogel

McGoldrick, Rory; Chattopadhyay, Arhana; Crowe, Christopher; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(6):1169-1184, December 2017.


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Ideas and Innovations



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Is Postoperative Intensive Care Unit Care Necessary following Cranial Vault Remodeling for Sagittal Synostosis?

Wolfswinkel, Erik M.; Howell, Lori K.; Fahradyan, Artur; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(6):1235-1239, December 2017.

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Cephalometric Predictors of Clinical Severity in Treacher Collins Syndrome

Esenlik, Elçin; Plana, Natalie M.; Grayson, Barry H.; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(6):1240-1249, December 2017.

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Five-Year Follow-Up of Midface Distraction in Growing Children with Syndromic Craniosynostosis

Patel, Parit A.; Shetye, Pradip; Warren, Stephen M.; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 140(6):794e-803e, December 2017.

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Head and Neck: Ideas and Innovations


Trunk: Original Articles


Trunk: Ideas and Innovations


Lower Extremity: Original Article











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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 17:31
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery December 2017, Volume 140, Issue 6;
This video demonstrates the technique of combining upper and lower blepharoplasty with endoscopic brow lifting. Part 3 of 3.

The upper lid blepharoplasty preserves upper lid orbicularis oculi to maintain upper lid volume, while the lower blepharoplasty utilizes a transconjunctival approach to the lower lid fat in combination with a formal skin flap dissection to address concerns regarding treating lower eyelid skin. Shaping of the lower lid utilizing a lateral retinacular canthopexy as well as resuspension of the lower lid orbicularis oculi is demonstrated. The endoscopic brow lift is preformed via an optical cavity formed via a subperiosteal dissection accessed through a small incision in the lateral upper lid, followed by traditional subperiosteal endoscopic release of the forehead and temporal region. Brow elevation, accentuation of brow arching and brow fixation are performed utilizing an Endotine fixation device.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

Keywords: Cosmetic; aesthetic; eyelid; blepharoplasty; brow lift; retinacular; canthopexy; brow; brow shaping
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 13:17
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery December 2017, Volume 140, Issue 6;
This video demonstrates the technique of combining upper and lower blepharoplasty with endoscopic brow lifting. Part 2 of 3.

The upper lid blepharoplasty preserves upper lid orbicularis oculi to maintain upper lid volume, while the lower blepharoplasty utilizes a transconjunctival approach to the lower lid fat in combination with a formal skin flap dissection to address concerns regarding treating lower eyelid skin. Shaping of the lower lid utilizing a lateral retinacular canthopexy as well as resuspension of the lower lid orbicularis oculi is demonstrated. The endoscopic brow lift is preformed via an optical cavity formed via a subperiosteal dissection accessed through a small incision in the lateral upper lid, followed by traditional subperiosteal endoscopic release of the forehead and temporal region. Brow elevation, accentuation of brow arching and brow fixation are performed utilizing an Endotine fixation device.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

Keywords: Cosmetic; aesthetic; eyelid; blepharoplasty; brow lift; retinacular; canthopexy; brow; brow shaping
Subscriber Access Only
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 17:08
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery December 2017, Volume 140, Issue 6;
This video demonstrates the technique of combining upper and lower blepharoplasty with endoscopic brow lifting. Part 1 of 3.

The upper lid blepharoplasty preserves upper lid orbicularis oculi to maintain upper lid volume, while the lower blepharoplasty utilizes a transconjunctival approach to the lower lid fat in combination with a formal skin flap dissection to address concerns regarding treating lower eyelid skin. Shaping of the lower lid utilizing a lateral retinacular canthopexy as well as resuspension of the lower lid orbicularis oculi is demonstrated. The endoscopic brow lift is preformed via an optical cavity formed via a subperiosteal dissection accessed through a small incision in the lateral upper lid, followed by traditional subperiosteal endoscopic release of the forehead and temporal region. Brow elevation, accentuation of brow arching and brow fixation are performed utilizing an Endotine fixation device.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

Keywords: Cosmetic; aesthetic; eyelid; blepharoplasty; brow lift; retinacular; canthopexy; brow; brow shaping
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