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Retraction: Surgical reconstruction or prosthetic rehabilitation following orbital exenteration: The clinician's dilemma
DOI:10.4103/0970-0358.184911  
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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Role of customized Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) in the integration of split thickness skin grafts: a randomized control study.
2.  CT Angiographic Study of Internal Mammary Perforators and Their Use as Recipient Vessels for Free Tissue Transfer in Breast Reconstruction
3.  Harvesting Split Thickness Costal Cartilage Graft Ideas and Innovation
4.  Triceps to Biceps transfer for restoration of elbow flexion following upper brachial plexus injury
5.  Soft embalming of cadavers for training purposes: Optimising for long term use in tropical weather
6.  Proposal of a new classification scheme for periocular injuries
7.  Adipokine Concentrations in Lipoaspirates may have a role in wound healing
CASE REPORT
1.  Minimizing the donor area morbidity of Radial Forearm Phalloplasty using Prefabricated Thigh Flap: A new technique
2.  From wheelchair to walking: First case report of post electric burn destruction of patellar ligament with one stage reconstruction and restoration of function
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Harvest of the A3 pulley as a tendon graft
2.  Novel use of Preputial Flap
3.  ABSENCE OF FLEXOR CARPI RADIALIS- A RARE ANATOMICAL VARIATION WITH CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE
4.  Bilateral superficial brachioulnar artery in a cadaver along with bilateral absence of palmaris longus


 
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