Response to "Comments On 'Ptosis: An Underestimated Complication After Autologous Fat Injection into the Upper Eyelid'"

Xiu-Qi Li; Tai-Ling Wang; Jia-Qi Wang
January 2017
Aesthetic Surgery Journal;1/1/2017, Vol. 37 Issue 1, pNP7
Academic Journal
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