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Use of tissue expansion in head and neck reconstruction.

@article{Np1994UseOT,
  title={Use of tissue expansion in head and neck reconstruction.},
  author={McIvor Np and Fong Mw and Berg Kj and Freeman Jl},
  journal={Journal of Otolaryngology},
  year={1994},
  volume={23},
  pages={46-49}
}
La reconstruction esthetique au niveau du visage necessite l'utilisation de peau ayant les caracteristiques similaires a celle du site receveur. La peau locale et regionale demeure la plus utile, mais la quantite peut devenir insuffisante, tant pour la reconstruction que pour la fermeture primaire du site donneur. Les auteurs decrivent 3 cas qui illustrent l'utilisation de l'expansion tissulaire de la peau locale et regionale, permettant des reconstructions satisfaisantes et une fermeture du… Expand
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