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Monthly: Videos of the Month

  • Creator:   PRSJournal
  • Updated:   12/26/2018
  • Contains:  6 items
We present a small collection of some of the hottest video content associated with this month's issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, including operative techniques, lectures, video discussions, and public-facing "hot topics."

There are many amazing videos associated with each issue of PRS; download the Video Archive Navigator​ tool, and use Excel functionality to find and click through to the videos you want. The database is updated monthly with each new issue of PRS.

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Creator: Rod Rohrich, MD, FACS and Paul Afrooz, MD
Duration: 2:55
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Video demonstrates Preoperative Patient Analysis. From “Finesse in Facelifting: The Role of Facial Fat Compartment Augmentation in Facial Rejuvenation.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: January 2019 - 143(1).

Keywords: facial rejuvenation; Facelift; facial aging; Facial fat compartments; fat augmentation; necklift; cervical contouring; platysmaplasty; lateral platysmal window; SMAS
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Creator: Ida Fox
Duration: 00:18
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video displays use of tenodesis without volitional control of grasp or finger extension to maneuver objects. From “Current best peripheral nerve transfers for spinal cord injury.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: January 2019 – 143(1). CME.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 20:45
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery January 2019, Volume 143, Issue 1;

In this video, Dr. Daniel C. Baker demonstrates the technique of Lateral Smasectomy, Platysmaplasty and Chin Implant to contour the midface and neck. Considerations regarding utilizing both the SMAS and platysma to restore facial shape and cervical contour in face lifting are demonstrated. Pertinent technical points regarding prevention of facial nerve injury during SMAS manipulation are discussed.

Part 1 of 2.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

Keywords: Cosmetic; aesthetic; plastic surgery; rhytidoplasty; platysmaplasty; facelift; face lift; platysma; SMAS

Creator: Roy Kim, MD
Duration: 2:50

In this video, Dr. Roy Kim discusses article, "To Bot or Not?: Challenging the Top Social Media Influencers in #PlasticSurgery" by Fan, Economides, and Song, which appears in the January 2019 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 143 Issue 1.

Keywords: plastic surgery; #plasticsurgery; social media; twitter, top tweeters, private practice; surgeons; bots; fake; robots; fake accounts; automated accounts; promotional; education; analysis; fake users; user; public; patients; influencers; certified plastic surgeons; non-physicians; celebrity; marketing; tweeting; broadcasting; data; ethics; retweet;

Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 2:14

Facial palsy is a rare, devastating condition that effects approximately 50,000 people each year.

In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of "Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery" talks about an experimental bionic device that may help people recover full facial animation after facial paralysis.

Read the January 2019 PRS #PlasticSurgery article, "Toward the Bionic Face: A Novel Neuroprosthetic Device Paradigm for Facial Reanimation Comprising Neural Blockade and Functional Electrical Stimulation" by Jowett, Kearney, Knox, and Hadlock.

This research complies with national standards for ethical care and use of laboratory animals (U.S.A, Canada)

For consumer information on plastic surgery, and to find a board-certified plastic surgeon in your area visit http://plasticsurgery.org

Keywords: plastic surgery; #PRSHotTopic; facial palsy; facial paralysis; synkinesis; facial nerve; nerves; bell palsy; nerve block; nerve regeneration; nerve transfer; bionic face; electricity; face; viral infection; stroke; temporary; paralysis; facial reanimation; muscle transfers; nerve transfers; implants; prosthetic; muscle; electrodes;

Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 2:20

Social media has become the new way for patients and plastic surgeons to find each other. But, in a medium with so many fake accounts and bots, how do you know who is real and what information can be trusted? In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of "Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery" analyzes how artificial accounts, called bots, can shift eyes from credible #plasticsurgery information and amplify false news.

Read the January 2019 PRS #PlasticSurgery article, "To Bot or Not? Challenging the Top Social Media Influencers in #PlasticSurgery" by Fam, Economides, and Song.

For consumer information on plastic surgery, and to find a board-certified plastic surgeon in your area visit http://plasticsurgery.org

Keywords: plastic surgery; #plasticsurgery; social media; twitter, top tweeters, private practice; surgeons; bots; fake; robots; fake accounts; automated accounts; promotional; education; analysis; fake users; user; public; patients; influencers; certified plastic surgeons; non-physicians; celebrity; marketing; tweeting; broadcasting; data; ethics; retweet;