Superficial peroneal nerve accessory artery flap for head and neck reconstruction: a cadaveric anatomical study and retrospective case series review
12 days ago - By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
Several different flaps can reconstruct intra-oral defects or lower limb deficits after free fibula osteo-cutaneous flap harvesting for jaw reconstructions. However, commonly used options may not be available for various reasons and can be associated with significant morbidity. We hypothesized that flaps supplied by the superficial peroneal nerve accessory artery could be a viable alternative reconstructive option.
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