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Refined Microneurovascular Free Muscle Transplantation For Reanimation Of Paralyzed Face

K. Harii
Published 1988 · Medicine

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Our first clinical success in microneurovascular free muscle transplantation for treatment of long‐standing facial paralysis was in 1973. The author introduces his recent technical refinements of this clinical procedure and the results obtained.
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