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European Journal of Plastic Surgery

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12.10.2021 | Experimental Study Open Access

Comparison of avascular lymph node fragment transplantation techniques to optimize lymphangiogenesis in the minipig model

Lymphoedema is one of the few diseases that has entered this millennium without an established cure. It causes significant physical and psychological morbidity to affected individuals, including increased susceptibility to infections [ 1 ]. The …

12.10.2021 | Original Paper Open Access

Advanced translation and cultural adaption of the LYMPH-Q Upper Extremity Module from English to Danish

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women in Denmark. Between 2012 and 2016, over 4500 new cases were reported annually, and by 2016, approximately 66,372 Danish women were living with a breast cancer [ 1 ].

12.10.2021 | Review

The new dilemma of plastic surgery and social media: a systematic review

The French philosopher and sociologist Jean Baudrillard first crafted the term ‘hyperreality’ to describe the effect of the media on our lives. Baudrillard argued that people consider what they see on television more accurate than their actual …

05.10.2021 | Short Communication Open Access

Complications after surgery for malignant melanoma do not delay further treatment

05.10.2021 | Short Communication

Use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to heal post-operative defects at the radial forearm free flap donor site

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Europe has long been an area of dynamic development in plastic surgery, adapting to differing cultures, traditions, and medical and surgical philosophies. Recently, these changes have been even more striking and rapid. Microsurgery, tissue expansion, craniofacial surgery, and the spin-offs of these techniques have made permanent changes in trauma, the treatment of malignancy, and aesthetic surgery.

The "European Journal of Plastic Surgery" creates a focal point for discussion of advances in clinical technique and in research, in Europe and worldwide. Topics include plastic and reconstructive surgery, head and neck surgery, aesthetic and craniofacial surgery, microsurgery, trauma, and burn management.

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