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The SOBRAPAR Hospital Craniofacial Surgery Fellowship: Wide Craniofacial Surgery Training Based on Historical and Evolving Principles.


Cross-sectional investigation and analysis of anxiety and depression in preoperative patients in the outpatient department of aesthetic plastic surgery in a general hospital in China.

This study was designed to evaluate anxiety and depression disorders and investigate the prevalence and risk factors in preoperative patients who visited a cosmetic plastic surgery clinic.

Textbooks in Plastic Surgery: Paper or Digital?


Early Mandibular Distraction in Craniofacial Microsomia and Need for Orthognathic Correction at Skeletal Maturity: A Comparative Long-Term Follow-Up Study.

Controversy exists regarding the treatment of mandibular hypoplasia in craniofacial microsomia patients, notably the role of mandibular distraction osteogenesis. The authors compared the need for orthognathic surgery in skeletally mature craniofacial microsomia subjects who either did (study group) or did not (control group) undergo early mandibular distraction osteogenesis.

Eye Tracking as a Proxy for Perceptual Evaluation of Repaired Cleft Lip.

Human interactions begin with near-instantaneous visual evaluation of the face, modifying emotional responses and social behavior toward the person. Eye-tracking technology can provide a potential window into how humans undertake this evaluation, and the threshold of whether a face containing a craniofacial difference is perceived as "normal." This study's main questions were whether gaze patterns differ from normal when evaluating children with craniofacial differences, and whether these gaze patterns vary...

Intraoperative Image-Guided Navigation in Craniofacial Surgery: Review and Grading of the Current Literature.

Image-guided navigation has existed for nearly 3 decades, but its adoption to craniofacial surgery has been slow. A systematic review of the literature was performed to assess the current status of navigation in craniofacial surgery.

Integrative Medicine in Plastic Surgery: A Systematic Review of Our Literature.

Surveys have reported that as high as 80% of plastic surgery patients utilize integrative medicine approaches including natural products (NPs) and mind-body practices (MBPs). Little is known regarding the evidence of benefit of these integrative therapies specifically in a plastic surgery patient population.

Performance on the Plastic Surgery In-Service Exam Can Predict Success on the American Board of Plastic Surgery Written Exam.

Originally developed for resident self-assessment, the Plastic Surgery In-Service Exam has been administered for over 45 years. The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education requires at least 70% of graduates pass the American Board of Plastic Surgery Written Exam. This study evaluates the role of In-Service Exam scores in predicting Written Exam success.

Fat Grafting in Craniofacial Surgery: Historical Perspectives, Current Trends, Future Goals, and Possible New Applications.

Review of the Use of Stainless Wires in Craniosynostosis Surgery.

Controversy exists as to the ideal form of bone fixation in craniosynostosis surgery with the use of resorbable plates predominating in most craniofacial units. However, the use of stainless steel wires has been the preferred fixation method at the Oxford Craniofacial Unit (OCU) since its establishment. Wires have the advantage of being malleable, inexpensive, and quick and easy to use.

Donor Site Morbidities of Iliac Crest Bone Graft in Craniofacial Surgery: A Systematic Review.

The iliac crest bone graft (ICBG) is criticized for high donor site morbidity. Recent research suggests this morbidity is related to the patient population for which the ICBG is harvested. This systematic review is the first to delineate the type and incidence of ICBG donor site complications in craniofacial surgery.

Opportunities and Advancement for the Academic Plastic Surgeon in an Independent Department Setting: the Fish Tank Philosophy and Goldfish Theory.

Diversity in Plastic Surgery: Trends in Minority Representation among Applicants and Residents.

Prior studies have shown a lack of diversity among plastic surgery trainees. The authors evaluate trends in minority representation among applicants to plastic surgery and the correlation with practicing residents, compared to other specialties.

Face Dissection as the Plastic Surgery Approach: Effective Method in Residency Training.

The global trend of resident work-hour restrictions requires a more time efficient way of resident training. Among many training programs for learning the facial anatomy, the cadaver is the most similar to live patients. A cadaver should be used as efficiently as possible due to human dignity as well as the consideration of cost. The authors designed an effective cadaver dissection method in learning facial anatomy using the plastic surgery approach.

Telementoring Demonstration in Craniofacial Surgery with HoloLens, Skype, and Three-Layer Facial Models.

Telementoring is the technology for providing surgical instruction from a remote place via a network. To demonstrate the use of telementoring in craniofacial surgery, Skype and a mixed reality device HoloLens were adopted, and 3-layer facial models had been developed.

Discussion: Early Mandibular Distraction in Craniofacial Microsomia and Need for Orthognathic Correction at Skeletal Maturity: A Comparative Long-Term Follow-Up Study.

Discussion: Complementary Fat Graft Retention Rates Are Superior to Initial Rates in Craniofacial Contour Reconstruction.

CRISPR Craft: DNA Editing the Reconstructive Ladder.

The clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR) system of genome editing represents a major technological advance spanning all areas of genetics and downstream applications. CRISPR's potential impact on treating human disease encompasses all clinical specialties, including areas important to the plastic surgeon such as oncology, wound healing, immunology, and craniofacial malformations. Plastic surgeons should gain familiarity with this gene editing technology, and become active contr...

Analyzing Our International Facial Reconstructive Mission Work: A Review of Patients Treated by American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Sanctioned Trips.

To identify ways to improve care to underserved international populations.

Fat Grafting in Orthognathic Surgery.

Fat grafting is widely utilized in craniofacial surgery. The authors describe a series of consecutive patients who underwent orthognathic surgery with fat grafting by the senior author and review relevant literature in the field; fat grafting technique is discussed in detail. The authors also highlight 3 patients to illustrate postoperative outcomes.

Korean Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association: history and perspectives.

Reply: Connecting with the Next Generation: A Medical Student's Perspective on Social Media Use and Plastic Surgery.

The plastic surgeon as employee: Survey of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

Discussion: Impact of Chronic Steroid Use on Plastic Surgery Outcomes: Analysis of 94,140 Cases.

"Reply to: Meaningful use of social media for prospective plastic surgery residency candidates".


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