Reconstruction of concomitant lip and cheek through-and-through defects with combined free flap and an advancement flap from the remaining lip.

@article{Jeng2004ReconstructionOC,
  title={Reconstruction of concomitant lip and cheek through-and-through defects with combined free flap and an advancement flap from the remaining lip.},
  author={S F Jeng and Y R Kuo and Fu-chan Wei and C. -Y. Su and C Y Chien},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  year={2004},
  volume={113 2},
  pages={491-8}
}
Massive facial defects involving the oral sphincter are challenging to the reconstructive surgeon. This study presents the authors' approach to simultaneous reconstruction of complex defects with an advancement flap from the remaining lip and free flaps. From January of 1997 to December of 2001, 22 patients were studied following ablative oral cancer surgery. Their ages ranged from 32 to 66 years. Nineteen patients had buccal cancer, two patients had tongue cancer, and one patient had lip… CONTINUE READING

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