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Phrenic Nerve Repair

The phrenic nerve controls function of the diaphragm muscle - the primary muscle involved in breathing.

Advances in nerve decompression and transplant allow reconstructive plastic surgeons to reverse diaphragm paralysis. 
 

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Jaco H. Festekjian, MD, FACS

Breast & Body Enhancement

 
with
 

Jaco Festekjian, MD, FACS
 

Where: 200 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 465
 

When: Tuesday, October 14th, 2014, 6:00 to 7:00 PM
 

RSVP: plasticsurgery@mednet.ucla.edu (space is limited)
 

Dr. Festekjian will discuss the variety of techniques used by the cosmetic surgeons of the UCLA Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery to surgically enhance a woman's breasts and body contours.

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