A procedure for the reconstruction of the lateral palpebral canthus

A Fuente del Campo, R Nahas, V Vazquez Ambriz
Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1994, 10 (1): 6-10
Tessier's classification of facial clefts has been quite adequate. This cleft occurs as an isolated anomaly or as a coloboma associated with Treacher Collins syndrome, Goldenhar's syndrome, or hemifacial microsomia. We present a procedure developed to reconstruct the lateral canthus.

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