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April 2016 - Volume 4 - Issue 4
pp: e694-e692

The BODY-Q: A Patient-Reported Outcome Instrument for Weight Loss and Body Contouring Treatments

Klassen, Anne F.; Cano, Stefan J.; Alderman, Amy; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Global Open. 4(4):e679, April 2016.

Orthognathic Consequences of Sphincter Pharyngoplasty in Cleft Patients: A 2-Institutional Study

Yoshikane, Frances; Lai, Li Han; Hui, Brian K.; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Global Open. 4(4):e676, April 2016.

Aesthetic Total Reconstruction of Lower Eyelid Using Scapha Cartilage Graft on a Vascularized Propeller Flap

Uemura, Tetsuji; Watanabe, Hidekata; Masumoto, Kazuyuki; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Global Open. 4(4):e696, April 2016.







Creator: Bardia Amirlak
Duration: 0:15
See video which shows a preoperative Doppler signaling the course of the superficial temporal artery. Note the incision locations, the lateral most incision where the superficial temporal artery compresses the auriculotemporal nerve is roughly 9-11cm from midline. From “Decompression-avulsion of the Auriculotemporal Nerve for Treatment of Migraines and Chronic Headaches” in the April 2016 issue of PRS Global Open.
Creator: Bardia Amirlak
Duration: 0:14
See video which shows an intraoperative Doppler signal once the incision is made to identify the artery to allow for proper decompression of the auriculotemporal nerve. From “Decompression-avulsion of the Auriculotemporal Nerve for Treatment of Migraines and Chronic Headaches” in the Apri 2016 issue of PRS Global Open.
Creator: Bardia Amirlak
Duration: 0:18
See video which displays a preauricular incision showing the superficial temporal artery and the main trunk of the auriculotemporal nerve. From “Decompression-avulsion of the Auriculotemporal Nerve for Treatment of Migraines and Chronic Headaches” in the April 2016 issue of PRSGO.
Creator: Tetsuji Uemura
Duration: 3:00
See video which shows an 83-year-old woman who has been diagnosed with sebaceous carcinoma of right upper eyelid. The lower lid was reconstructed with propeller flap for anterior lamella and with cartilage graft from aural scapha for posterior lamella (flap procedure). From “Upper Eyelid Reconstruction using Switch Flap” in the April 2016 issue of PRS Global Open.
Creator: Michel Saint-Cyr MD
Duration: 2:18
Video 1 briefly demonstrates the use of running barbed progressive tension sutures for closure of the abdominal donor site without drains. From “No-drain DIEP Flap Donor-site Closure Using Barbed Progressive Tension Sutures” in the April 2016 issue of PRS Global Open.
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