Free fibula flap mandible reconstruction for oral obstruction secondary to giant fibrous dysplasia.

@article{Feingold1996FreeFF,
  title={Free fibula flap mandible reconstruction for oral obstruction secondary to giant fibrous dysplasia.},
  author={Ronald S. Feingold and Ravelo V. Argamaso and Berish Strauch},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  year={1996},
  volume={97 1},
  pages={
          196-201
        }
}
Fibrous dysplasia is a disorder of bone that may be associated with endocrinopathies and skin pigmentation. The pathologic, proliferative expansion and distortion of the skeleton is of unknown etiology. Craniofacial involvement that includes the mandible can exhibit gigantic disproportions and dysfunction. Treatment has evolved to include more aggressive strategies of resection and sophisticated reconstructive techniques. The reported case is noteworthy for the unrelenting growth of… CONTINUE READING

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