March 2017 - Volume 139 - Issue 3
pp: 521-782,586e-823e

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The Anterior Intercostal Artery Flap: Anatomical and Radiologic Study

Carrasco-López, Cristian; Julian Ibañez, Juan Francisco; Vilà, Jordi; More

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 139(3):613e-619e, March 2017.

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Facial Contouring by Targeted Restoration of Facial Fat Compartment Volume: The Midface

Wang, Wenjin; Xie, Yun; Huang, Ru-Lin; More

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 139(3):563-572, March 2017.

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Adipose-Derived Stem Cells and Vascularized Lymph Node Transfers Successfully Treat Mouse Hindlimb Secondary Lymphedema by Early Reconnection of the Lymphatic System and...

Hayashida, Kenji; Yoshida, Shuhei; Yoshimoto, Hiroshi; More

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 139(3):639-651, March 2017.

Comparison of the Hydroxylase Inhibitor Dimethyloxalylglycine and the Iron Chelator Deferoxamine in Diabetic and Aged Wound Healing

Duscher, Dominik; Januszyk, Michael; Maan, Zeshaan N.; More

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 139(3):695e-706e, March 2017.

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Head and Neck: Original Articles


Head and Neck: Video+


Trunk: Original Article


Lower Extremity: Original Article




Women in Plastic Surgery


Technology and Innovations








Creator: PRS Journal
Duration: 49:03
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery March 2017, Volume 139, Issue 3;

The PRS Journal Club and special guest moderator Dr. Nolan S. Karp to discuss the following artic...


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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 22:14
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery March 2017, Volume 139, Issue 3;
The role of the open approach in rhinoplasty Is to allow both the perfect anatomic exposure to the nasal tip and dorsum. It also provides the rhinoplasty surgeon with so many excellent options to reshape, to reconstruct, and to restore the nose in a natural manner without the use of palpable or visible tip or dorsal grafts. These suture techniques or invisible grafts allow for improved and more natural long-term results in modern primary rhinoplasty.

This lecture delineates the rationale, the approach, and the finesse in how to do a graduated approach to nasal tip reshaping using sutures and when alar contour grafts are needed to restore the nasal tip and alar rims in a natural manner. The goal is to use the native lower lateral cartilages and reshape them using a variety of suture techniques based upon a concise pre-operative nasal analysis.

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