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Rod J Rohrich, MD
May 2013, Volume 131, Issue 5; Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(5):1184-1193, May 2013 Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 131(5):865e-868e, May 2013
Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, highlights the growing role of social media in the practice of Plastic Surgery. Volume 131, Issue 5.
"Tweeting All Surgeons: Updated Your Facebook Status, Enhance Your Reputation, and “Pin” Your Practice on the Wild, Wild Web”; “Social Media Use and Impact on Plastic Surgery Practice”
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In the first video from Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery's “Women in Plastic Surgery” series, American Society of Plastic Surgeon's "Women Plastic Surgeons" group members share what it's like to go through pregnancy while in plastic surgery residency.
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In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery” weights in on the topic of when the time is right for surgery involving cranial defects, and the increased risk of neurologic dysfunction in those with severe Metopic Craniosynostosis.
This article appears in the February, 2017 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 139 Issue 2, “The Severity of Deformity in Metopic Craniosynostosis Is Correlated with the Degree of Neurologic Dysfunction” By Yang et al.