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A critical analysis of the management of craniofacial microsomia

David John David AC
Abstract 868 | PDF Downloads 647 HTML Downloads 200

Page 65-78

A decade of Australian reconstructive burn surgery in Nepal 2004-2014

David George Pennington
Abstract 649 | PDF Downloads 344 HTML Downloads 29

Page 46-53

A keystone solution for major head and neck reconstructions

Felix Behan
Abstract 497 | PDF Downloads 99 HTML Downloads 142 Video Downloads 0

Page 79-83

Advances in cleft care over the last 40 years

Brian C Sommerlad
Abstract 382 | PDF Downloads 361 HTML Downloads 24

Page 54-56

An update on the management of nerve gaps

William Alexander, Christopher Coombs
Abstract 390 | PDF Downloads 160 HTML Downloads 54

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Developing professional judgement in surgical trainees: the role of critical reflection

Timothy William Gray, Christopher John Coombs
Abstract 963 | PDF Downloads 62 HTML Downloads 61

Page 95-100

Does the GOSLON yardstick predict the need for orthognathic surgery?

Kirstin Miteff, Mark Jonathon Walters, Shahriar Raj Zaman, Wendy Nicholls, Steve Singer, David Gillett
Abstract 752 | PDF Downloads 73 HTML Downloads 46

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Dupuytren’s disease: using keystone techniques to improve vascular dynamics in fasciectomy

Felix Behan
Abstract 499 | HTML Downloads 345 PDF Downloads 148 Video Downloads 0

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The evolution of head and neck reconstruction

Sydney Ch'ng, Peter C Neligan
Abstract 626 | PDF Downloads 61 HTML Downloads 43

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Inaugural roundtable on breast reconstruction practice in Australia: background, process and recommendations

Kathy Dempsey, Meagan E Brennan, Andrew Spillane
Abstract 64 | PDF Downloads 86

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