Reconstructive love

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  • "Reconstructive" work -- work, that is to say, which is not the product of a "mental effort," but tends to the coordination of the psycho-muscular organism.

    Spontaneous Activity in Education

  • Reconstructive surgery and painkillers are as normal part of professional wrestling as shaved torsos and fake tans.

    Dave Zirin: Linda McMahon's Body Count

  • The Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery's team of physicians focus not only on providing the best possible care for our patients, but also on research that will improve treatment and quality of life for the children we serve.

    Related Research

  • The American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS) sponsors a two-year oculoplastic fellowship.

    Oculoplastic Fellowship

  • Advances in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 9: 83-101, 1992.

    CHOP scarless fetal wound healing publications

  • (Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery team physicians)

    Related Research

  • Plastic Reconstructive Surgery 96: 1007-1011, 1995.

    CHOP publications spina bifida

  • Reconstructive surgical procedure in which a flap of tissue or cartilage is attached to tissues in the back of the airway.

    Glossary

  • This is in addition to gathering clinical and/or laboratory data for a major thesis to be submitted for membership in the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

    Research Expectations and Opportunities

  • This fellowship offers training in the provision of outpatient clinical services for the patients and families served by the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

    Postdoctoral Program

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