The study and clinical application of the osteocutaneous flap of fibula

Z W Chen, W Yan


In this article, four cases of free fibular osteocutaneous flap transfer are reported. The advantages of the bone-attached flap, its microsurgical anatomy, and its design and method of isolation are discussed in detail. Postoperative follow-up showed success in all four cases with satisfactory functional recovery.


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