Sixty latissimus dorsi flaps.

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
J BostwickL O Vasconez


In clinical experiences with 60 cases, we have found the latissimus dorsi to be a reliable and versatile flap. We describe its use for a functional muscle transfer (in restoration of elbow flexion and repair of abdominal wall defects), for arm and shoulder coverage, for breast reconstruction, and as a free flap.


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