Cutaneous versus myocutaneous flaps in the repair of major defects in head and neck cancer: a study of 331 flaps.

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A retrospective analysis was carried out of 311 reconstructions of major defects following head and neck cancer treatment. Three hundred thirty-one flaps were used; they included cutaneous flaps from 1972 to 1979 and myocutaneous flaps (MCF) after 1979. The aim of this study was to compare the healing patterns of the two types of flaps used in similar… (More)

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@article{Faucher1984CutaneousVM, title={Cutaneous versus myocutaneous flaps in the repair of major defects in head and neck cancer: a study of 331 flaps.}, author={A M Faucher and J L Renaud-salis and Jacques Pinsolle and François Siberchicot and Fabio Michelet}, journal={Head & neck surgery}, year={1984}, volume={7 2}, pages={104-9} }