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Authors: YOUNG VL NEMECEK JR SCHWARTZ BD PHELAN DL SCHORR MW
Citation: Vl. Young et al., HLA TYPING IN WOMEN WITH BREAST IMPLANTS, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1497-1519

Authors: LEROY EC
Citation: Ec. Leroy, HLA TYPING IN WOMEN WITH BREAST IMPLANTS - DISCUSSION, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1520-1520

Authors: HANDEL N JENSEN JA BLACK Q WAISMAN JR SILVERSTEIN MJ
Citation: N. Handel et al., THE FATE OF BREAST IMPLANTS - A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF COMPLICATIONS AND OUTCOMES, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1521-1533

Authors: LEE C CREPEAU RJ WILLIAMS HB SCHWARTZ S
Citation: C. Lee et al., ALVEOLAR CLEFT BONE-GRAFTS - RESULTS AND IMPRECISIONS OF THE DENTAL RADIOGRAPH, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1534-1538

Authors: DANIEL RK
Citation: Rk. Daniel, SECONDARY RHINOPLASTY FOLLOWING OPEN RHINOPLASTY, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1539-1546

Authors: RAPAPORT DP BASS LS ASTON SJ
Citation: Dp. Rapaport et al., INFLUENCE OF STEROIDS ON POSTOPERATIVE SWELLING AFTER FACIALPLASTY - A PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED STUDY, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1547-1552

Authors: MAY JW ZENN MR ZINGARELLI P
Citation: Jw. May et al., SUBCILIARY MALAR AUGMENTATION AND CHEEK ADVANCEMENT - A 6-YEAR STUDY IN 22 PATIENTS UNDERGOING BLEPHAROPLASTY, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1553-1559

Authors: FOGLI AL
Citation: Al. Fogli, ORBICULARIS MUSCLEPLASTY AND FACE LIFT - A BETTER ORBITAL CONTOUR, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1560-1570

Authors: HAMRA ST
Citation: St. Hamra, ORBICULARIS MUSCLEPLASTY AND FACE LIFT - A BETTER ORBITAL CONTOUR - DISCUSSION, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1571-1572

Authors: ROSE EH
Citation: Eh. Rose, AESTHETIC RESTORATION OF THE SEVERELY DISFIGURED FACE IN BURN VICTIMS- A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1573-1585

Authors: DONELAN MB
Citation: Mb. Donelan, AESTHETIC RESTORATION OF THE SEVERELY DISFIGURED FACE IN BURN VICTIMS- A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY - DISCUSSION, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1586-1587

Authors: SINSEL NK OPDEBEECK H LESAFFRE E WIELAND W GUELINCKX PJ
Citation: Nk. Sinsel et al., MAXILLOFACIAL GROWTH AFTER NECK BURN INJURY AT A YOUNG AGE - AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY IN THE RABBIT, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1588-1599

Authors: ZHANG ML WANG DW HAO L
Citation: Ml. Zhang et al., THE APPLICATION OF SKIN EXTERNAL EXPANDER TO POSTBURN ADVANCED SCAR CONTRACTURE, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1600-1607

Authors: ANGRIGIANI C GRILLI D SIEBERT J
Citation: C. Angrigiani et al., LATISSIMUS-DORSI MUSCULOCUTANEOUS FLAP WITHOUT MUSCLE, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1608-1614

Authors: CODNER MA BOSTWICK J NAHAI F BRIED JT EAVES FF
Citation: Ma. Codner et al., TRAM FLAP VASCULAR DELAY FOR HIGH-RISK BREAST RECONSTRUCTION, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1615-1622

Authors: ZAUNERDUNGL A RESCH KL HERCZEG E PIZAKATZER H
Citation: A. Zaunerdungl et al., QUANTIFICATION OF FUNCTIONAL DEFICITS ASSOCIATED WITH RECTUS-ABDOMINIS MUSCLE FLAPS, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1623-1628

Authors: MUTAF M TASAKI Y ARAKAKI M FUJII T
Citation: M. Mutaf et al., A TRUE OSTEOMYOCUTANEOUS FREE-FLAP MODEL IN RATS - THE SAPHENOUS ARTERY OSTEOMYOCUTANEOUS FLAP, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1629-1635

Authors: EREN S RUBBEN A KREIN R LARKIN G HETTICH R
Citation: S. Eren et al., ASSESSMENT OF MICROCIRCULATION OF AN AXIAL SKIN FLAP USING INDOCYANINE GREEN FLUORESCENCE ANGIOGRAPHY, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1636-1649

Authors: BYUN JS CONSTANTINESCU MA LEE WPA MAY JW
Citation: Js. Byun et al., EFFECTS OF DELAY PROCEDURES ON VASCULATURE AND SURVIVAL OF ARTERIALIZED VENOUS FLAPS - AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY IN RABBITS, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1650-1659

Authors: ALSTER TS
Citation: Ts. Alster, COMPLETE ELIMINATION OF LARGE CAFE-AU-LAIT BIRTHMARKS BY THE 510-NM PULSED DYE-LASER, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1660-1664

Authors: BARUCHIN AM NAHLIELI O VIZETHUM F SELA M
Citation: Am. Baruchin et al., UTILIZING THE OSSEOINTEGRATION PRINCIPLE FOR FIXATION OF NAIL PROSTHESES, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1665-1671

Authors: MALCZEWSKI MC ZAMBONI WA HAWS MJ JOHNSON RM SMOOT EC RUSSELL RC
Citation: Mc. Malczewski et al., EFFECT OF MOTION ON DIGITAL NERVE REPAIR IN A FRESH CADAVER MODEL, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1672-1675

Authors: GABKA CJ BENHAIM P MATHES SJ SCHEUENSTUHL H CHAN A FU KK HUNT TK
Citation: Cj. Gabka et al., AN EXPERIMENTAL-MODEL TO DETERMINE THE EFFECT OF IRRADIATED TISSUE ONNEUTROPHIL FUNCTION, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1676-1688

Authors: RICCIARDELLI EJ PERSING JA ROMANO JA MORGAN RF OGLE RC
Citation: Ej. Ricciardelli et al., A RAPID IN-VITRO ASSAY OF CELLULAR CHEMOMIGRATION IN AN EPITHELIAL CARCINOMA CELL-LINE, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1689-1693

Authors: RANK B
Citation: B. Rank, QUO-VADIS, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 96(7), 1995, pp. 1694-1696
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