PMID: 11311523Apr 20, 2001Paper

Reconstruction of a full-thickness defect of the chest wall caused by friction burn using a combined myocutaneous flap of teres major and latissimus dorsi muscles

Burns : Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries
I Ono, T Tateshita

Abstract

This report describes the therapeutic course of a case of deep burns caused by friction heat generated over a long contact time by a rotating tractor wheel. The burn was accompanied by a full-thickness defect of the chest wall, which we treated with a combined myocutaneous flap of teres major and latissimus dorsi muscles with a large skin flap. Our therapeutic concept of this case is discussed. Based on the postoperative course of this case, we think a combined myocutaneous flap of teres major and latissimus dorsi muscles with two nourishing vessels as an alternative is a very useful, safe, and secure method for the treatment of cases with axillary damages which require one-stage and stable reconstruction, like our patient.

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