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Correspondence and communication| Volume 65, ISSUE 7, e197-e199, July 2012

Lip replantation: A viable option for lower lip reconstruction after human bites, a literature review and proposed management algorithm

Published:January 24, 2012DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjps.2012.01.003
      Traumatic lip amputation by human bite is a rare event, and most articles in the current literature focus on loss of lip resulting from animal bites or injury.
      • Taylor H.O.
      • Andrews B.
      Lip replantation and delayed inset after a dog bite: a case report and literature review.
      We are presenting our experience of a lip amputation as a result of human bite, which was treated with lip replantation.
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