Risk Analysis for the Reverse Sural Fasciocutaneous Flap in Distal Leg Reconstruction

@article{Parrett2009RiskAF,
  title={Risk Analysis for the Reverse Sural Fasciocutaneous Flap in Distal Leg Reconstruction},
  author={Brian M. Parrett and J. Pribaz and E. Matros and Wojciech H. Przylecki and C. Sampson and D. Orgill},
  journal={Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery},
  year={2009},
  volume={123},
  pages={1499-1504}
}
Background: The reverse sural fasciocutaneous flap provides the potential for simple and efficient closure of distal leg, ankle, and foot defects. In young patients with traumatic injuries, low complication rates have been reported. The authors hypothesize that extending its use to older patients with comorbidities results in a higher complication rate. Methods: The authors retrospectively reviewed 58 consecutive reverse sural fasciocutaneous flap in 57 patients for distal leg reconstruction… Expand
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