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April-June 2021| Vol 29| Issue 2

Original Article

Comparing venous thrombosis rates in hand-sewn anastomosis to anastomotic coupler devices

Background: Anastomotic coupling device (ACD) has reached wide popularity, especially in venous anastomosis of free-tissue transfers. There are scant reviews in the literature about the relia...

Original Article

Demographic properties and functional result analysis of patients with palatal defects reconstructed with microvascular tissue transfer

Background: Palatal defects are still challenging for the reconstructive surgeon since the palate carries important functional roles in swallowing and articulating while providing an adequate...

Original Article

Two stage nasolabial flap for unilateral nasal ala and soft triangle reconstruction

Introduction: Nose is the most noticeable feature in the facial profile. Any deformity of nose causes social embarrassment and ridicule. Isolated nasal alar hypoplasia/cleft or traumatic loss...

Original Article

Single-staged buccal reconstruction with facial artery-based bilateral nasolabial flaps for the management of severe trismus in oral submucous fibrosis

Background: Oral submucous fibrosis (OSMF) is a chronic disease of insidious onset predominant in the Asian subcontinent. It is a progressive condition resulting in forced closure of mouth an...

Original Article

A comparative study between anterolateral thigh flap and radial forearm free flap in head-and-neck reconstruction

Background: Several decades have witnessed the use of free flaps in clinical science. With the advancement and refinement in operative techniques, survival rates of free flaps have increased....

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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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