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The magic suture in periocular reconstruction

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Fig. 1: Intraoperative clinical photographs showing transformation of the periocular defect geometry using magic suture, and post-operative results.
Fig. 2: The magic suture technique.

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Thaller, V.T., Vahdani, K. The magic suture in periocular reconstruction. Eye 35, 2892–2894 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-020-01194-2

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