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Custom-built facial implants helpful for patients with HIV and facial wasting syndrome

longer and healthier lives. Human immunodeficiency virus is not the death sentence that it once was. As a result, many patients are seeking correction of the bony, emaciated appearance of facial wasting syndrome, which occurs in more than 50 percent of patients who receive HAART for longer than one year. Custom-designed submalar implants provide a safe, stable, definitive, aesthetically pleasing solution to this problem," the researchers conclude.


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Contact: William J. Binder, M.D.
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JAMA and Archives Journals
15-Nov-2004


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