PLASTIC REPAIR TECHNIQT ] ES : Skin Plasties and Local Flaps

  title={PLASTIC REPAIR TECHNIQT ] ES : Skin Plasties and Local Flaps},
  author={Thomas J. Chang and Elaine G. Stani and A. LouisJimenez},
A variety of plastic surgical techniques may be employed in the covering of a wound defect or revision of a disfiguring scar. Many factors play a role in choosing an optimal procedure, including the size, orientation, anatomic region, and vasculariry of the surgical site, as well as the age of the patient. Vhether a scar is excised and revised ) or a deficit is remodeled and covered, the ultimate result is the formation of a scar. Optimal scar formation is not only important with regards to the… CONTINUE READING


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