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Volume: 21 Issue: 5

1. The study on donor site sequelae after autologous breast reconstruction with an extended latissimus dorsi flap. Page:325—327
2. Breast reconstruction using free transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous flap after resection of breast cancer. Page:328—331
3. The periareolar approach management of postoperative complications of breast augmentation by injected polyacrylamide hydrogel. Page:332—334
4. The application of the dissociate bone flap in treatment of the macrosis depressed skull fracture on the frontal orbit part. Page:335—337
5. Surgical management of craniomaxillofacial fibrous dysplasia. Page:338—341
6. The endoscopically assisted forehead lift using skull cortical tunnel fixation--a report of 19 cases. Page:342—344
7. Suspending of M. temporal, temporal fascia and parietal periosteum to correct late facial palsy. Page:345—347
8. Tissue expansion under the cicatrix. Page:348—350
9. Application of auricle posterior flap with two subcutaneous pedicles on mastoidea for repairing of big defect of auricled. Page:351—352
10. Fingertip reconstruction using a volar flap based on the transverse palmar branch of the digital artery. Page:353—355
11. Repairing soft-tissue defection of ankle and foot by sural neurovascular pedicle fasciocutaneous reversed island flap. Page:356—359
12. Autologous buccal mucosal graft pre-transplantation for urethral reconstruction of complicated hypospadias. Page:360—363
13. A three-dimension in vitro model for angiogenesis of hemangioma. Page:364—367
14. The experimental researches on the use of triamcinolone acetonide for the prevention of implant capsular contracture. Page:368—371
15. Differential display of homeobox gene expressions in the normal, wounded human fetal and adult skins by DNA microarray. Page:372—374
16. Study on viability measurement of fat for grafting. Page:375—378
17. A study on the promoting effects of recombinant human epidermal growth factor on skin wound healing in rats. Page:379—383