Reconstruction of full-thickness cheek defect affecting the oral commissure by galeal skin island flap: a case report.

Abstract

This article describes the use of the galeal skin island flap in the reconstruction of a full-thickness cheek defect affecting the oral commissure, created after radical surgery in a 60-year-old patient suffering from carcinoma of the cheek. Advantages and drawbacks of the described technique are discussed. 

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