Review of the radial free flap: is it still evolving, or is it facing extinction? Part one: soft-tissue radial flap.

Abstract

The versatile fasciocutaneous radial flap is robust and reliable, straightforward to harvest, and often produces a satisfactory reconstruction with relatively little long-term morbidity at the donor site. Many surgeons prefer to use a limited number of trusted flaps, and these qualities will ensure that in the intermediate future most surgical trainees will… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bjoms.2009.09.004

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@article{Avery2010ReviewOT, title={Review of the radial free flap: is it still evolving, or is it facing extinction? Part one: soft-tissue radial flap.}, author={Christopher M Avery}, journal={The British journal of oral & maxillofacial surgery}, year={2010}, volume={48 4}, pages={245-52} }