Plastic Surgery

  • Richard C. Barnett

Abstract

Plastic surgery in family practice has two aspects: repairing the damage done by injuries and correction of defects for cosmetic reasons. Most of the former are within the purview of the family physician, while most of the latter will be the province of the plastic surgeon.

Keywords

Pressure Ulcer Suture Material Burned Patient Chromic Catgut Parotid Duct 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1978

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  • Richard C. Barnett

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