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Postoperative Revisits And Readmissions After Facelift Surgery

Linda N Lee, Olivia E Quatela, N. Bhattacharyya
Published 2018 · Medicine

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To determine 30‐day rates and reasons for revisit and readmission after rhytidectomy surgery.
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