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Spontaneous-Regeneration of the Reconstructed Mandible in a Segmental Mandibulectomized Young Girl


Abstract: Spontaneous bone regeneration of the reconstructed mandible in children is rarely reported. Most of previous reports discussed the role of periosteum


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Acute Lung Injury Associated Milieus Regulate the Plasticity of Type I Alveolar Cells via KLF2


Abstract: Efficient repair and regeneration of alveolar epithelium after acute lung injuries are critical for pulmonary maintenance.


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Preoperative Evaluation of Paranasal Computed Tomography Reports of Patients Requesting Rhinoplasty for the Presence of Septal Deviation and Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy: Retrospective Clinical Case Series Study


Abstract: Background: A successful outcome in rhinoplasty should improve not only the aesthetic appearance of the nose but also the physiologic function of the nasal cavity.


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Uncommon Infection of an Epidermoid Cyst in the Face with Peptoniphilus harei - A Systematic Review of the Literature Regarding Treatment Strategy


Abstract: Purpose: Infections with Peptoniphilus harei are rare and no consens about treatment exists. Based on a case report, we report on our approach and make a review of the literature.

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Austin Journal of Surgery is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal dedicated to publish articles in all areas of basic science in surgery.

The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for surgeons, physicians, and other health professionals to find most recent advances in the areas of surgery. Austin Journal of Surgery accepts original research articles, review articles, case reports, clinical images and rapid communication on all the
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Needs-based Assessment of Trauma Systems: A Survey of the Membership of the Western Trauma Association

Abstract Background: Widespread proliferation of Trauma Centers (TC) in many regions of the United States currently threatens several state trauma systems. Following a 2015 consensus conference, the American College of Surgeons
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