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Evaluation of pedicled flaps for type IIIB open fractures of the tibia at a tertiary care center

Vathulya M, Dhingra M, Nongdamba H, Chattopadhyay D, Kapoor A, Dhingra VK, Mago V, Kandwal P

Background Soft tissue coverage plays a vital role in replacing the vascularity of the underlying bone in Gustilo type IIIB fractures. The aim of this article was to evaluate the...
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Vertical Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous-Pedicled Island Flap for Covering Defect of the Suprapubic Area: A Case Report

Yeo HD, Chung JH, Park SH, Lee BI, Yoon ES

Immediate reconstruction of defects in the lower abdomen is challenging. We present a successful reconstruction case using a vertical rectus abdominis myocutaneous (VRAM) flap for a radiation ulcer on the...
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Reconstruction of a small defect of the lower vermilion adjacent to white roll using a modified O-Z flap

Kim HI, Kim HS, Park JH, Yi HS, Kim YS, Kim HY

Reconstruction of lip defects is important because the lips play an important role in maintaining aesthetic facial balance, facial expressions, and speech. There are various methods of lip reconstruction such...
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Closure of meningomyelocele defects using various types of keystone-design perforator island flaps

Putri NM, Tunjung N, Sadikin PM

Background Various methods have been described to close large meningomyelocele defects, but no technique has been proven superior to others. This study presents cases of meningomyelocele defect closure with a...
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Myelomeningocele defect reconstruction with keystone flaps: vascular rationale for the design and operative technique

Kushida-Contreras BH, Gaxiola-García MA

Background Myelomeningocele is a frequently seen condition at tertiary care hospitals. Its treatment involves a variety of plastic reconstructive techniques. Herein, we present a series of myelomeningocele patients treated using...
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Knee joint reconstruction using regional flaps: an aesthetic approach to extensive defects following fourth-degree contact burns

Oh SJ, Kang JC

Flap surgery may be required in cases of severe contact burns. The authors report a patient with an exposed knee joint. A 47-year-old man experienced a wide and deep contact...
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Changes in the length and area of congenital nevi involving the face and extremities after two serial excisions

Choi JI, Son D

Background The objective of this study was to determine the outcome of serial excisions of congenital nevi involving the face and extremities and to calculate changes in the area and...
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Pilonidal Sinus Management; Bascom Flap Versus Pilonidal Pits Excision: A Single-Center Experience

Imam A, Khalayleh H, Pines G, Khoury D, Mavor E, Pelta A

Purpose: This study aimed to evaluate the outcomes of the Bascom cleft lift (flap) and the pilonidal pits excision (Gips procedure). Methods: The records of all the patients who underwent pilonidal...
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Cephalic lateral crural advancement flap

Bulut F

Background In lower lateral cartilage (LLC) surgery, cephalic trimming poses risks for the collapse of the internal and external nasal valves, pinched nose, and drooping deformity. The cephalic lateral crural...
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Reconstruction of a Mangled Hand with a Thoracodorsal Artery Perforator Free Flap: A Report of Two Cases

Park HS, Kim DJ, Hwang JI

Mangled hands are a severely injured condition that is a rare and challenging problem for reconstructive surgeons. Surgical flaps such as anterolateral thigh, radial forearm, or thoracodorsal artery flaps have...
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Modified Medial Gastrocnemius Myocutaneous Flap Technique for Knee Joint Coverage after Total Knee Arthroplasty

Kim D, Kim J, Jeong W, Jo T, Choi J

While there are many reasons the medial gastrocnemius flap is often the favored treatment for soft tissue defects around the knee area, this flap has some disadvantages. Reduced volume at...
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Sensate Neurovascular Island Flap for Thumb Reconstruction

Jeon S, Kim SM, Kwon ST

Thumb pulp defects require adequate reconstruction for satisfactory sensate function and aesthetic appearance. We report a reconstructive case using a sensate neurovascular island flap raised from the ulnar side of...
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Lower eyelid fornix deepening: A new indication for the facial artery myomucosal flap

Saad AZM, Nordin NR, Sulaiman WAW, Jamayet N, Johar SFNM, Hussein A

Eye socket contracture is a well-known late complication of enucleation surgery, and the additional insult of radiotherapy at an early age causes even further fibrosis and scarring of the socket....
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Suitability of denervated muscle flaps as recipient sites for pancreatic islet cell transplantation

Park JL, Kim T, Kim BK

Background Extensive research has been conducted on islet transplantation as a possible cure for diabetes. Islet transplantation in the liver via the portal vein has shown remarkable results, but numerous...
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Anterolateral thigh free flaps and radial forearm free flaps in head and neck reconstruction: A 20-year analysis from a single institution

Yang S, Hong JW, Yoon IS, Lew DH, Roh TS, Lee WJ

Background Reconstruction after removal of a malignant tumor in the head and neck region is crucial for restoring tissue integrity, function, and aesthetics. We retrospectively analyzed patients who underwent intraoral...
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Thoracodorsal artery flaps for breast reconstruction–the variants and its approach

Thomsen JB, Rindom MB, Rancati A, Angrigiani C

Thoracodorsal artery (TDA) flaps, ranging from the vascular-pedicled thoracodorsal artery perforator (TDAP) flap, the propeller TDAP flap, and the muscle-sparing latissimus dorsi (MSLD) flap to the conventional latissimus dorsi (LD)...
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Reconstruction of Elbow Joint and Soft Tissue Defect with Anterolateral Thigh Flap and Total Elbow Replacement: A Case Report

Park HS, Kim DJ, Hwang JI

Soft tissue and bone defect due to the machinery penetrating injury of elbow joint are a rare and challenging problem for reconstructive surgeons. After reconstructing soft tissue with anterolateral thigh...
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Distribution of Anterolateral Thigh Flap Perforator Vessels and Its Clinical Applications in Malaysian Population

Suondoh MS, Sulaiman WAW, Halim AS, Mat Saad AZ, Zain MAM, Basiron N

Purpose: Extensive studies regarding vascular anatomy and clinical applications of anterolateral thigh (ALT) flap has been conducted for many years. However, the ALT flap perforator vessels anatomy in the Malaysian...
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Efficacy of additional tunica vaginalis flap coverage for protecting against urethrocutaneous fistulas in tubularized incised plate urethroplasty: A prospective, randomized controlled trial

Han JH, Song SH, Lee JS, Park S, Kim SJ, Kim KS

Purpose: We compared the protective effect of additional tunica vaginalis flap coverage combined with a dartos flap against urethrocutaneous fistulas in tubularized incised plate (TIP) urethroplasty in a randomized controlled...
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Recurrent late seroma after immediate breast reconstruction with latissimus dorsi musculocutaneous flap

Bae SH, Lee YW, Nam SB, Lee SJ, Park H, Kang T

The latissimus dorsi musculocutaneous flap (LDMCF) is widely used for breast reconstruction. However, it has the disadvantage of frequent seroma formation at the donor site, and late seroma has also...
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