Mandibular reconstruction in the radiated patient: the role of osteocutaneous free tissue transfers.

@article{Duncan1985MandibularRI,
  title={Mandibular reconstruction in the radiated patient: the role of osteocutaneous free tissue transfers.},
  author={Marilyn J Duncan and Ralph T. Manktelow and Ronald Melvin Zuker and Irving B. Rosen},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  year={1985},
  volume={76 6},
  pages={
          829-40
        }
}
This paper discusses our experience with the second metatarsal and iliac crest osteocutaneous transfers for mandibular reconstruction. The prime indication for this type of reconstruction was for anterior mandibular defects when the patient had been previously resected. Midbody to midbody defects were reconstructed with the metatarsal and larger defects with the iliac crest. In most cases, an osteotomy was done to create a mental angle. The evaluation of speech, oral continence, and swallowing… CONTINUE READING

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