PMID: 4091467Aug 1, 1985Paper

Island groin flap

Annals of Plastic Surgery
H OhtsukaY Miki

Abstract

An island groin flap was used for satisfactory reconstruction of defects in the anterior thigh, lower abdomen, or perineal regions in 9 patients. This flap has several advantages: simple operation, wide range of coverage, large rotation arc, direct closure of the donor site, and no sacrifice of muscle. Comparison with tensor fascia lata and other musculocutaneous flaps is made.

Citations

Dec 1, 1995·American Journal of Surgery·N W PearlmanR Gonzales

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