23 Facial Paralysis

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10.1055/b-0038-162675 23 Facial ParalysisGreg Borschel Summary The management of pediatric facial palsy begins with the accurate multidisciplinary assessment of the deficit and acute problems, the cause and associated problems, the…

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21 Microtia

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10.1055/b-0038-162673 21 MicrotiaAkira Yamada Summary The auricle is located away from the facial triangle (eye–nose–eye). Therefore, the auricle is not the primary attention of people when they look at someone….

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20 Ear Reconstruction

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10.1055/b-0038-162672 20 Ear ReconstructionArin K. Greene Summary Ear deformities are common in the pediatric population. Disorders include: constricted ears, microtia, accessory cartilage, lobule anomalies, prominent ears, cryptotia, Stahl deformity, keloids,…

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24 Scalp, Cheek, and Neck Deformities

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10.1055/b-0038-162676 24 Scalp, Cheek, and Neck DeformitiesArin K. Greene Summary Pediatric scalp, cheek, and neck deformities include: cutis aplasia, alopecia, hemifacial atrophy, and webbed neck. Skin lesions and trauma also…

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19 Soft-Tissue Injuries

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10.1055/b-0038-162671 19 Soft-Tissue InjuriesArin K. Greene Summary Lacerations are common in the pediatric population. Iatrogenic injury includes intravenous extravasation during hospitalization. Management of soft tissue injuries depends on the etiology…

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22 Nasal Reconstruction

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10.1055/b-0038-162674 22 Nasal ReconstructionAlexander Facque and Peter J. Taub Summary While minor, and frequently nonoperative, injuries to the pediatric nose are common, major injuries are relatively rare. Acquired defects can…

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