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New Paper Published - Anatomic and Compression Topography of the Lesser Occipital Nerve.

My newest paper, Anatomic and Compression Topography of the Lesser Occipital Nerve co-authored with Giorgio Pietramaggiori MD and Saja Scherer MD has been published by PRS Global Open, the International Open Access Journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons!  The paper, discussing how the knowledge of LON (Lesser Occipital Nerve) anatomy can aid in nerve dissection and preservation, thereby leading to successful outcomes without requiring neurectomy.  The article can be found here and is printed in entirety below.

 


 

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