musculocutaneous flap

mus·cu·lo·cu·ta·ne·ous flap

a pedicled skin flap, often an island flap, with attached subjacent muscle, investing fascia, and blood supply.
Synonym(s): myocutaneous flap
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Patients were treated with fasciocutaneous flap (38 cases, 76%), musculocutaneous flap (5 cases, 10%), or perforator flap (7 cases, 14%) (Figure 1-3).
Pectoralis major is a superficial muscle of the anterior chest wall and can be used as either a muscle or a musculocutaneous flap.
The position of the artery deep to the majority of facial muscles suggests that the nasolabial flap may incorporate this muscle layer and be true musculocutaneous flap.
After radical excision of the primary tumors, repair and constructive procedures were performed mostly with a pectoralis major musculocutaneous flap.
Most commonly done flap was V-Y hamstring musculocutaneous flap for ischial pressure sores.
However, there has been a change from the musculocutaneous flap to the fasciocutaneous flap, with the pedicled superior gluteal artery perforator (SGAP) fasciocutaneous flap adapted for sacral pressure sore reconstruction.
The resultant defect was covered with a free rectus abdominis musculocutaneous flap.
Experimental definition of Latissimus dorsi Gracilis and Rectus abdominis musculocutaneous flap in dogs.
A musculocutaneous flap from the latissimus dorsi (LD-flap) has become the working standard in plasty to be used for closure of most post-mastectomy defects.
In this article we review over 100 women who had undergone rectus abdominis musculocutaneous flap reconstruction.
A rat transverse rectus abdominis musculocutaneous flap model: Effects of pharmacological manipulation.
The serratus anterior muscle can be used as a pedicled functional muscle flap, musculocutaneous flap, osseofasciocutaneous flap, combined serratus-latissimus flap, serratus fascia flap, microvascular free flap.