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Invited commentary 4. Davis WE, Renner GJ (1989) Z-plasty and scar revision. In: Thomas JR, Holt GR (eds) Facial scars - incision, revision and camouflage. Mosby, St Louis, pp 137-149 5. Denonvilliers CP (1854) Pr6sentation des malades. Bull Soc Confirmation of the validity of the conclusions reached Chir Paris 5:35 by the authors by clinical examples would increase their 6. Denonvilliers CP (1854) Pr6sentation des malades. Bull Soc Chir Paris 5:118 credibility enormously. In the absence of such examples 7. Glicenstein J, Bonnefous G (1975) La plasty en trident. Ann doubts must exist concerning the practicality of the Chir Hast 20:257 methods, and as a result one doubts the experience of the 8. Hirshowitz B, Karev A, Levy Y (1977) A 5-flap procedure for authors in applying them clinically, particularly the more axillary webs leaving the apex intact. Br J Plast Surg 30:48 complex ones described. 9. Hirshowitz B, Karev A, Rousso M (1975) Combined double What really disturbs me about the entire paper is the Z-plasty and Y-V advancement for thumb web contracture. feeling throughout that the authors lack the experience to Hand 7:291 10. Horner WE (1837) Clinical report on the surgical department recognise the limitations in clinical practice of the tech- of the Philadelphia Hospital, Blockley, for the months of May, niques they are describing. June, and July, 1837. Am J Med Sci 21:99 11. Hyakusoku H, Fumiiri M (1987) The square flap method. Br J I. McGregor Hast Surg 40:40 (Glasgow) 12. Iselin M (1962) La plastie en Z rectifi6s. Ann Chir Hast 7:295 13. Jackson IT (1985) General considerations. In: Jackson IT (ed) Local flaps in head and neck reconstruction. Mosby, St Louis, pp 1-34 14. Karacaoglan N, Uysal A (1994) The seven flap-plasty. Br J Plast Surg 47:372 15. Limberg AA (1966) Design of local flaps. In: Gibson T (ed) Modern trends in plastic surgery, vol 2. Butterworths, London, pp. 38-61 16. McGregor IA (1989) The Z-plasty. In: McGregor IA (ed) Fun- damental techniques of plastic surgery, 8th edn. Churchill Liv- ingstone, Edinburgh, pp 23-37 17. Mir y mir L (1973) The six-flap Z-plasty. Hast Reconstr Surg 52:625 18. Rousso M (1975) Brulures dorsales graves de la main. Recon- struction de la commissure. Technique a cinq lambeaux. Ann Chir 29:475 19. Vegter F, Hage JJ (1995) The seven flap-plasty (letter). Br J Plast Surg 48:54 20. Woolf RM, Broadbent TR (1972) The four-flap Z-plasty. Hast Reconstr Surg 49:48 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Journal of Plastic Surgery Springer Journals

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4. Davis WE, Renner GJ (1989) Z-plasty and scar revision. In: Thomas JR, Holt GR (eds) Facial scars - incision, revision and camouflage. Mosby, St Louis, pp 137-149 5. Denonvilliers CP (1854) Pr6sentation des malades. Bull Soc Confirmation of the validity of the conclusions reached Chir Paris 5:35 by the authors by clinical examples would increase their 6. Denonvilliers CP (1854) Pr6sentation des malades. Bull Soc Chir Paris 5:118 credibility enormously. In the absence of such examples 7. Glicenstein J, Bonnefous G (1975) La plasty en trident. Ann doubts must exist concerning the practicality of the Chir Hast 20:257 methods, and as a result one doubts the experience of the 8. Hirshowitz B, Karev A, Levy Y (1977) A 5-flap procedure for authors in applying them clinically, particularly the more axillary webs leaving the apex intact. Br J Plast Surg 30:48 complex ones described. 9. Hirshowitz B, Karev A, Rousso M (1975) Combined double What really disturbs me about the entire paper is the Z-plasty and Y-V advancement for thumb web contracture. feeling throughout that the authors lack the experience to Hand 7:291 10. Horner WE (1837) Clinical report on the surgical department recognise the limitations in clinical practice of the tech- of the Philadelphia Hospital, Blockley, for the months of May, niques they are describing. June, and July, 1837. Am J Med Sci 21:99 11. Hyakusoku H, Fumiiri M (1987) The square flap method. Br J I. McGregor Hast Surg 40:40 (Glasgow) 12. Iselin M (1962) La plastie en Z rectifi6s. Ann Chir Hast 7:295 13. Jackson IT (1985) General considerations. In: Jackson IT (ed) Local flaps in head and neck reconstruction. Mosby, St Louis, pp 1-34 14. Karacaoglan N, Uysal A (1994) The seven flap-plasty. Br J Plast Surg 47:372 15. Limberg AA (1966) Design of local flaps. In: Gibson T (ed) Modern trends in plastic surgery, vol 2. Butterworths, London, pp. 38-61 16. McGregor IA (1989) The Z-plasty. In: McGregor IA (ed) Fun- damental techniques of plastic surgery, 8th edn. Churchill Liv- ingstone, Edinburgh, pp 23-37 17. Mir y mir L (1973) The six-flap Z-plasty. Hast Reconstr Surg 52:625 18. Rousso M (1975) Brulures dorsales graves de la main. Recon- struction de la commissure. Technique a cinq lambeaux. Ann Chir 29:475 19. Vegter F, Hage JJ (1995) The seven flap-plasty (letter). Br J Plast Surg 48:54 20. Woolf RM, Broadbent TR (1972) The four-flap Z-plasty. Hast Reconstr Surg 49:48

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