Dr. Moradzadeh’s Publications

  • Anatomical Evidence of Microbial Biofilms in an Alloplastic Nasal Implant: Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Journal, January 2013
    aesthetic-plastic-surgery
  • Ropivacaine-induced peripheral nerve injection injury in the rodent model: Anesthesia & Analgesia, July 2010
    anesthesia-analgesia
  • A Rodent Model of Sunderland Third-degree Nerve Injury: Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, January 2010
    facial-plastic-surgery
  • The impact of motor and sensory nerve architecture on nerve regeneration: Experimental Neurology, August 2008
    neurorrhaphy
  • Treatment modality affects allograft-derived Schwann cell phenotype and myelinating capacity: Experimental Neurology, August 2008
  • Axotomy or compression is required for axonal sprouting following end-to-side neurorrhaphy: Experimental Neurology, June 2008
    experimental-neurology
  • Role of timing in assessment of nerve regeneration. Microsurgery: Microsurgery, 2008
    microsurgery
  • Retrograde labeling in peripheral nerve research: it is not all black and white: Journal Of Reconstructive Microsurgery, October 2007
    Retrograde labeling in peripheral nerve research - Journal Of Reconstructive Microsurgery
  • Pregabalin does not impact peripheral nerve regeneration after crush injury: Journal Of Reconstructive Microsurgery, July 2007
  • Induction of regional collateral sprouting following muscle denervation: Laryngoscope, October 2007
    laryngoscope
  • Binary imaging analysis for comprehensive quantitative histomorphometry of peripheral nerve: Journal Of Neuroscience Methods, October 2007
  • The use of vacuum-assisted closure therapy for the treatment of a large infected facial wound: The American Journal of Surgery, February 2006

Book Chapters

  • webmedbookChapter 2: Wound Healing
    Dr. Moradzadeh is a leading expert in the area of wound healing and scar management.
  • webmedbookChapter 6: Nasal Reconstruction
    Dr. Moradzadeh has extensive experience with MOHs reconstruction techniques used to repair skin cancer defects.

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