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July-September 2021| Vol 29| Issue 3

Original Article

Is unilateral local flap reconstruction sufficient in large myelomeningocele treatment?

Objective: Skin flaps are acceptable methods for surgical treatment of myelomeningocele defects in the neonatal period. Skin flaps (e.g., V-Y advancement, rotation or transposition flaps) are...

Original Article

The impact of obesity and nutrition habits on gynecomastia among Turkish adolescent males

Introduction: Gynecomastia (GM) during adolescence is quite common and represents a serious psychological challenge among young males. Obesity is also one of the major public health problems ...

Original Article

The effectiveness of rein flap technique in the cosmetic outcomes of rhinoplasty

Background: The beauty of nasal tip is very important in septorhinoplasty surgeries. Unstable tip rotation may lead some problems in the outcome of this surgery or performing a repair surgery...

Original Article

Comparison of effectiveness of four facial masks used during the COVID-19 pandemic using indocyanine green and fluorescent angiography device: A plastic surgeon perspective

Background: The pandemic caused by the new type of coronavirus (coronavirus disease 2019) has led to a serious increase in the demand for personal protective equipment, especially the mask. D...

Original Article

Viability and durability of diced cartilage graft combined and formed with autologous blood fibrin (experimental study)

Introduction: Rhinoplasty constitutes an example wherein the various types of filling materials are used for nasal dorsal deformities. In this study, we took the advantage of a simplified pro...

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Turkish Journal of Plastic Surgery, a publication of Turkish Society of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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