Revascularized bone grafts for craniofacial reconstruction.


Reconstruction of craniomaxillofacial defects caused by injury, tumor ablation, or congenital deformities can be accomplished by a variety of methods. Nonvascularized (free), vascularized (pedicled), and revascularized (microvascular) bone grafts have been employed for osseous restoration of the upper, mid, and lower facial skeleton. In comprised recipient… (More)


Cite this paper

@article{Turk1994RevascularizedBG, title={Revascularized bone grafts for craniofacial reconstruction.}, author={Jernej Turk and Th. Vuillemin and Joram Raveh}, journal={Otolaryngologic clinics of North America}, year={1994}, volume={27 5}, pages={955-82} }