Facial Paralysis, An Issue of Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America, EBook
This issue of Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics, Guest Edited by Drs. Travis T. Tollefson and Jon-Paul Pepper MD, is dedicated to Facial Paralysis. This issue is one of four selected each year by our series consulting editor, Dr. J. Regan Thomas. Articles in this issue include, but are not limited to: Lessons from Gracilis Free Tissue Transfer for Facial Paralysis, Temporalis Tendon Transfer vs Gracilis free muscle, Facial Reanimation and Reconstruction of the Radical Parotidectomy, Timing of Nerve Transfer Options for Facial Paralysis, Dual Innervation: Technical Pearls of Hypoglossal and Masseteric to Facial Nerve, Modified Selective Neurectomy, Dual Innervation of Free Muscle Flaps in Facial Paralysis, Eyelid Coupling using a Modified Tarsoconjunctival Flap in Facial Paralysis, Perceptions of Patients with Facial Paralysis, Strategies to Improve Cross-face Nerve Grafting in Facial Paralysis, Static Sling Options for Facial Paralysis, Corneal and Facial Sensory Neurotization in Trigeminal Anesthesia, and Treating Nasal Valve Collapse in Facial Paralysis.
|Table of Content||Perceptions of Patients with Facial Paralysis: Predicting Social Implications and Setting Goals
Static Sling Options for Facial Paralysis: Now Versus 10 Years Ago
Temporalis Tendon Transfer Versus Gracilis Free Muscle Transfer: When and Why?
Reinnervation with Selective Nerve Grafting from Multiple Donor Nerves
Dual Nerve Transfer for Facial Reanimation
Facial Reanimation and Reconstruction of the Radical Parotidectomy
Lessons from Gracilis Free Tissue Transfer for Facial Paralysis: Now versus 10 Years Ago
Strategies to Improve Cross-Face Nerve Grafting in Facial Paralysis
Dual Innervation of Free Functional Muscle Flaps in Facial Paralysis
Treating Nasal Valve Collapse in Facial Paralysis: What I Do Differently
Eyelid Coupling Using a Modified Tarsoconjunctival Flap in Facial Paralysis
Modified Selective Neurectomy: A New Paradigm in the Management of Facial Palsy with Synkinesis
Corneal and Facial Sensory Neurotization in Trigeminal Anesthesia
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