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REVIEW ARTICLES

Systematic reviews

A systematic review article offers a comprehensive analysis of a specific topic with reference to all the available literature. Systematic reviews are evidence-based, have a clearly described methodology, include meta-analysis where appropriate and provide a quantitative summary. Review articles are usually submitted upon invitation by the editors. Both solicited and unsolicited articles undergo a double-blind peer review process prior to acceptance.

Word count

Maximum 4800 words including abstract, main text, figures/tables

Abstract

Maximum 250 words; include subheadings (Background or Introduction, Method, Results, Discussion and Conclusion) and 5 keywords

Figures/tables

Maximum 8; each counts as 250 words

References

No limit

Narrative reviews

Narrative reviews describe and discuss broad scientific topics with reference to selected literature. They can be evidence-based but generally provide a qualitative summary of the topic. They are usually submitted upon invitation by the editors. Both solicited and unsolicited narrative articles undergo a double-blind peer review process prior to acceptance.

Word count

Maximum 4800 words including abstract, main text, figures/tables

Abstract

Maximum 250 words; subheadings not required; include 5 keywords

Figures/tables

Maximum 8; each counts as 250 words

References

No limit

All Items

Advances in perforator imaging through holographic CTA and augmented reality: a systematic review

Robert Phan, Michael P Chae, David J Hunter-Smith, Warren Matthew Rozen
Abstract 233 | PDF Downloads 329

Page 32-38

The contribution of Australian research to Dupuytren’s disease

Robert Phan, David Hunter-Smith, Warren Rozen
Abstract 893 | PDF Downloads 420 HTML Downloads 287

Page 39-46

Current evidence for outcomes of free-flap reconstruction in factor V Leiden patients

Isobel Yeap, Chris Ahn, Stuart Hoffman, Rowan Gillies, John Vandervord
Abstract 784 | PDF Downloads 461 HTML Downloads 546

Page 58-66

Diagnosis, investigation and management of breast implant illness

Daniel WH Wong, Quoc Lam
Abstract 662 | PDF Downloads 139 HTML Downloads 427

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Exploding power: a statewide review of lithium battery related burns

Jason Diab, Justine O’Hara , Andrea-Issler Fisher, Erik La Hei, Robert Gates , John Vandervord, Andrew JA Holland, Peter Maitz
Abstract 358 | HTML Downloads 452 PDF Downloads 155

Page 44–52

Imaging and printing in plastic and reconstructive surgery part 1: established techniques

Michael Park Chae, David Hunter-Smith, Warren Rozen
Abstract 892 | pdf Downloads 443 HTML Downloads 975

Page 55-68

Imaging and printing in plastic and reconstructive surgery part 2: emerging techniques

Michael P Chae, David J Hunter-Smith, Warren M Rozen
Abstract 700 | PDF Downloads 295 HTML Downloads 504

Page 69-77

The management of craniosynostosis in Australia and New Zealand

William Andrew Ziaziaris, Damian D Marucci
Abstract 1482 | PDF Downloads 347 HTML Downloads 1329

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On randomised trials of surgical timings for cleft palate repair

Selena Young, Seng Teik Lee, David Machin, Say Beng Tan, Qingshu Lu
Abstract 227 | HTML Downloads 389 PDF Downloads 148

Page 53–62

Prevention of surgical fires in facial plastic surgery

Harith Alani, James Southwell-Keely, Elias Moisidis, Roger Haddad, Frederick Clarke, Michael Kernohan
Abstract 731 | PDF Downloads 803 HTML Downloads 842

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