Feb 1, 1976

The cross-groin flap for coverage of foot and ankle defects in children. Case reports

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
D W Furnas

Abstract

The cross-groin flap is useful for covering soft tissue defects of the distal portion of the lower limb in a child.

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