Special Issue

Topic: Opportunities and Challenges in Reconstructive Microsurgery

A Special Issue of Plastic and Aesthetic Research

ISSN 2349-6150 (Online)   2347-9264 (Print)

Submission deadline: 10 Jun 2024

Guest Editor(s)

Prof. Emanuele Cigna
Department of Translational Research and New Technologies in Medicine and Surgery, Plastic Surgery Unit, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy.

Special Issue Introduction

The Special Issue on "Opportunities and Challenges in Reconstructive Microsurgery" delves into the dynamic landscape of this rapidly advancing field. By shedding light on transformative opportunities and intricate challenges, the collection of articles presents a comprehensive overview of reconstructive microsurgery.


The manuscripts will explore the latest advancements in imaging, biomaterials, and surgical techniques, and showcase the expanding horizons of tissue transplantation, nerve repair, and vascular anastomosis. Emphasis will be placed on the potential for groundbreaking innovations that restore both form and function, providing insights that reverberate across various medical disciplines. Covering a broad spectrum of topics such as flap surgery, nerve reconstruction, transplantation, and emerging technologies, this Special Issue serves as a comprehensive resource for researchers, clinicians, and surgeons. It aspires to be a guiding beacon in the ever-evolving landscape of reconstructive microsurgery, fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange to propel the field forward.

Submission Deadline

10 Jun 2024

Submission Information

For Author Instructions, please refer to https://www.oaepublish.com/par/author_instructions
For Online Submission, please login at https://oaemesas.com/login?JournalId=par&IssueId=PAR231229
Submission Deadline: 10 Jun 2024
Contacts: Frida Wang, Assistant Editor, Frida@parjournal.net

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Plastic and Aesthetic Research
ISSN 2349-6150 (Online)   2347-9264 (Print)


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