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《Journal of Guangdong Medical College》 2001-06
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Study on defect repair following surgical removal of craniofacial tumor

CHENG Li xin (Department of Plastic Surgery,the First Affiliated Hospital of the Medical Clloege of Shantou University,Shantou 515041)  
Objective:To investigate the defect repair following surgical removal of craniofacial tumor.Methods:According to the locations and sizes of the defects,six kinds of skin flaps were used to close the wounds:frontal pedicle flap,frontal island flap,free forearm flap,mandible and neck flap,angular flap of mouth and local flap.Results:All flaps were viable,and their appearances and functions were satisfactory.Conclusion:The craniofacial defects following tumor excision should be repaired with skin flaps at all possible.Local flaps are preferable if there exist enough repairing tissues in the neighboring region;otherwise,distant flaps including pedicle and free flaps should be considered.
【CateGory Index】: R622
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