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The long and winding road--the journey of a cleft lip and palate patient part 1
Patients with a cleft lip and palate (CLP) deformity require the highest standard of care that can be provided and this requires multidisciplinary care from teams located in regional cleft centres. Care of these cases is ...
Diagnosis of giant cell arteritis: when should we biopsy the temporal artery?
Giant cell arteritis (GCA) can be diagnosed histopathologically by biopsy of the temporal artery, and clinically using the 5-point score of the 1990 American College of Rheumatology (ACR) classification. We aimed to find ...
Open wound healing of the osseocutaneous fibula flap donor site
Split skin grafts are the predominant method of closure for fibular flap donor sites. We present a novel approach to manage the donor site using the inter-related components of secondary intention healing: creation of a ...
Use of eyewear for high definition video recording in surgical training
The requirement of the European Working Time Directive (EWTR) that operating time for trainees should be reduced has highlighted the need to maximise the educational benefits from every encounter.1 The ability to video ...