Estlander flap

Est·land·er flap

(est'lahn-dĕr),
a full-thickness flap of the lip, transferred from the side of one lip to the same side of the other lip and vascularized by the labial artery. Distinguished from the Abbe flap by its location adjacent to the commissure rather than at the midline. Compare: Abbe flap.
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Estlander,

Jakob A., Finnish surgeon, 1831-1881.
Abbe-Estlander cheiloplasty
Estlander cheiloplasty
Estlander flap - a full-thickness flap of the lip, transferred from the side of one lip to the same side of the other lip.
Estlander operation - use of an Estlander flap in plastic surgery of the lips.
Medical Eponyms © Farlex 2012

Est·land·er flap

(estlahn-dĕr flap)
A full-thickness flap of the lip, transferred from the side of one lip to the same side of the other lip and vascularized by the labial artery.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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They are Perialar crescentric, Reverse Karapandzic free flap, Abbe Estlander flap. For the defects greater than two-thirds of the upper lip, Burrow-Diffenbach reconstruction can be performed.
The defect was repaired with an Estlander flap and split-thickness skin graft.