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Simultaneous maxillary and mandibular reconstruction with one free osteocutaneous flap.

Simultaneous maxillary and mandibular reconstruction with one free osteocutaneous flap. The concept of immediate reconstruction of massive facial injury with rigid internal fixation and free-tissue transfer continues to evolve. This case is unique in that it is the first report of the following: (1) simultaneous combined maxillary and mandibular reconstruction with one vascularized bone graft and (2) immediate total maxillary reconstruction with vascularized fibular bone. The nasopharynx was closed with a tubed radial forearm flap. Reconstruction was staged over several days, with dissection/banking of flaps, grafts, recipient sites, and debridement as a preliminary stage. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Plastic and reconstructive surgery Pubmed

Simultaneous maxillary and mandibular reconstruction with one free osteocutaneous flap.

Plastic and reconstructive surgery , Volume 92 (1): -134 – Jul 22, 1993

Simultaneous maxillary and mandibular reconstruction with one free osteocutaneous flap.


Abstract

The concept of immediate reconstruction of massive facial injury with rigid internal fixation and free-tissue transfer continues to evolve. This case is unique in that it is the first report of the following: (1) simultaneous combined maxillary and mandibular reconstruction with one vascularized bone graft and (2) immediate total maxillary reconstruction with vascularized fibular bone. The nasopharynx was closed with a tubed radial forearm flap. Reconstruction was staged over several days, with dissection/banking of flaps, grafts, recipient sites, and debridement as a preliminary stage.

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ISSN
0032-1052
DOI
10.1097/00006534-199307000-00022
pmid
8516391

Abstract

The concept of immediate reconstruction of massive facial injury with rigid internal fixation and free-tissue transfer continues to evolve. This case is unique in that it is the first report of the following: (1) simultaneous combined maxillary and mandibular reconstruction with one vascularized bone graft and (2) immediate total maxillary reconstruction with vascularized fibular bone. The nasopharynx was closed with a tubed radial forearm flap. Reconstruction was staged over several days, with dissection/banking of flaps, grafts, recipient sites, and debridement as a preliminary stage.

Journal

Plastic and reconstructive surgeryPubmed

Published: Jul 22, 1993

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