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Systemic sclerosis as a model of chronic rejection in facial composite tissue transplantation.


INTRODUCTION: Chronic rejection remains a potential significant long-term problem of facial
allograft transplantation. Scleroderma parallels chronic rejection in terms of its immunological
pathophysiology and its histopathological processes. Through the analysis of facial ...
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Psychological aspects of orthognathic surgery and its effect on quality of life in Egyptian patients


ABSTRACT A study was made of 120 patients aged 11–33 years who underwent various types
of orthognathic surgery in a Cairo hospital between 1998 and 2004. Patients answered a standardized
questionnaire to identify motives for seeking surgery, the degree of satisfaction with the ...
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Measuring quality of life in cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery: A systematic review of patient-reported outcomes instruments


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Systemic sclerosis as a model of chronic rejection in facial composite tissue transplantation.


INTRODUCTION: Chronic rejection remains a potential significant long-term problem of facial
allograft transplantation. Scleroderma parallels chronic rejection in terms of its immunological
pathophysiology and its histopathological processes. Through the analysis of facial ...
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Early treatment with prednisolone or acyclovir in Bell’s palsy


From the Scottish School of Primary Care (FMS), Community Health Sciences (PTD, FD), and
Dental Health Servic es Research Unit (JEC), University of Dundee, Dundee; the Department
of Oto laryngology (IRCS) and the Division of Community Based Sciences (JMM, SH), ...
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Impact of cosmetic facial surgery on satisfaction with appearance and quality of life


Methods A 3-year prospective cohort study. The patient population, which comprised a consecutive
series of patients 16 years or older, undergoing cosmetic nasal or facial surgery, was obtained
from the senior author's (PAA) private surgical practice. All patients presenting for surgery ...
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Quality of life after breast reduction


Abstract: The purpose of this study is to compare health-related quality of life in women with symptomatic
macromastia before and after breast reduction. Two comparable groups of women were enrolled
in the study, those waiting for breast reduction (group 1) and those who underwent ...
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Systemic sclerosis as a model of chronic rejection in facial composite tissue transplantation.


INTRODUCTION: Chronic rejection remains a potential significant long-term problem of facial
allograft transplantation. Scleroderma parallels chronic rejection in terms of its immunological
pathophysiology and its histopathological processes. Through the analysis of facial ...
Related articles - All 2 versions

Early treatment with prednisolone or acyclovir in Bell’s palsy


From the Scottish School of Primary Care (FMS), Community Health Sciences (PTD, FD), and
Dental Health Servic es Research Unit (JEC), University of Dundee, Dundee; the Department
of Oto laryngology (IRCS) and the Division of Community Based Sciences (JMM, SH), ...
Cited by 120 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 27 versions

Systemic sclerosis as a model of chronic rejection in facial composite tissue transplantation.


INTRODUCTION: Chronic rejection remains a potential significant long-term problem of facial
allograft transplantation. Scleroderma parallels chronic rejection in terms of its immunological
pathophysiology and its histopathological processes. Through the analysis of facial ...
Related articles - All 2 versions