May 2013 - Volume 131 - Issue 5
pp: 921-1211,673e-870e

Original Articles

Unilateral Preoperative Chest Wall Irradiation in Bilateral Tissue Expander Breast Reconstruction with Acellular Dermal Matrix: A Prospective Outcomes Analysis

Weichman, Katie E.; Cemal, Yeliz; Albornoz, Claudia R.; More

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery . 131(5):921-927, May 2013.

  • Advanced

Immediate Breast Reconstruction with a Latissimus Dorsi Flap Has No Detrimental Effects on Shoulder Motion or Postsurgical Complications up to 1 Year after Surgery

de Oliveira, Riza Rute; do Nascimento, Simony Lira; Derchain, Sophie F. M.; More

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery . 131(5):673e-680e, May 2013.

A Comparison of Acellular Dermal Matrix to Autologous Dermal Flaps in Single-Stage, Implant-Based Immediate Breast Reconstruction: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

Krishnan, Naveen M.; Chatterjee, Abhishek; Van Vliet, Michael M.; More

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery . 131(5):953-961, May 2013.

  • Video Discussion

Outcomes Article

A Comparison of Free Autologous Breast Reconstruction with and without the Use of Laser-Assisted Indocyanine Green Angiography: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

Chatterjee, Abhishek; Krishnan, Naveen M.; Van Vliet, Michael M.; More

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery . 131(5):693e-701e, May 2013.

Special Topic

Ideas and Innovations

Original Articles

Head and Neck: Original Articles

A Novel Design of the Multilobed Latissimus Dorsi Myocutaneous Flap to Achieve Primary Donor-Site Closure in the Reconstruction of Large Defects

Zhang, Yi Xin; Messmer, Caroline; Pang, Fong Kuong; More

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery . 131(5):752e-758e, May 2013.

Head and Neck: Video+

Head and Neck: Special Topics

Trunk: Original Article

Lower Extremity: Ideas and Innovations

Original Articles

Outcomes Article

Original Article

Original Articles

Original Articles

Special Topics

Creator: Rod J Rohrich, MD
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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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