craniofacial surgery

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cra·ni·o·fa·cial sur·ger·y

general term for procedures performed separately or in combined fashion on the cranium and facial bones.
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cra·ni·o·fa·cial sur·ge·ry

(krānē-ō-fāshăl sŭrjĕr-ē)
General term for procedures performed separately or in combined fashion on the cranium and facial bones.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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