How Can We Learn More?
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Snyder-Warwick, please call 314.454.5437 or 800.678.5437. Additional information may be obtained from the following articles:
1. Fattah A, Borschel GH, Manktelow RT, Bezuhly M, Zuker RM. Facial palsy and reconstruction. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2012 Feb; 129(2):340e-352e.
2. Bae YC, Zuker RM, Manktelow RT, Wade S. A comparison of commissure excursion following gracilis muscle transplantation for facial paralysis using a cross-face nerve graft versus the motor nerve to the masseter nerve. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2006 Jun;117(7):2407-2413.
3. Singham J, Manktelow R, Zuker RM. Mobius syndrome. Seminars in Plastic Surgery. 2004 Feb; 18(1):39-46.
4. Zuker RM, Goldberg CS, Manktelow RT. Facial animation in children with Mobius syndrome after segmental gracilis muscle transplant. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2000 Jul; 106(1):1-8.
There are many excellent patient and family groups centered on facial paralysis, facial differences, and specific diagnoses. Some people find these resources helpful.
- About Face Canada - http://aboutface.ca/
- Ameriface (Formerly About Face USA) - www.ameriface.org
- American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association - www.cleftline.org
- Changing Faces - www.changingfaces.org.uk
- Children’s Craniofacial Association - www.ccakids.com
- Children’s Rare Disease Network/The Global Genes Project - http://globalgenes.org
- FACES: The National Craniofacial Association - http://www.faces-cranio.org/
- Foundation for Faces of Children - www.facesofchildren.org
- Let's Face It - www.lets-face-it.org.uk
- Limb Differences - www.LimbDifferences.org
- The Möbius Syndrome Foundation - www.moebiussyndrome.com
- My Face - www.myface.org
- National Foundation for Facial Reconstruction - www.nffr.org
- National Organization for Rare Diseases (NORD) - www.rarediseases.org
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