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Application possibilities of artificial intelligence in facial vascularized composite allotransplantation—a narrative review

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Knoedler, Leonard ; Knoedler, Samuel ; Allam, OmaR ; Remy, KatyA ; Miragall, Maximilian ; Safi, Ali-Farid ; Alfertshofer, Michael ; Pomahac, Bohdan ; Kauke-Navarro, Martin
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 03 Nov 2023 13:26


Facial vascularized composite allotransplantation (FVCA) is an emerging field of reconstructive surgery that represents a dogmatic shift in the surgical treatment of patients with severe facial disfigurements. While conventional reconstructive strategies were previously considered the goldstandard for patients with devastating facial trauma, FVCA has demonstrated promising short- and long-term ...


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