Muscle coverage of pressure points-the role of myocutaneous
Ten patients required myocutaneous
flaps to achieve perineal closure (7=ELAPE, 3=Conventional APE, p=0.
In our case, no reconstruction was attempted, and a free myocutaneous
flap was used to provide tissue cover for the patient postoperatively.
Achieving implant coverage by means of a pedicled latissimus dorsi myocutaneous
flap has proven extremely reliable for both breast reconstruction and implant salvage procedures .
Surgical resection involved wide excision of the tumor in all plains with hemimandibulectomy with modified radical/radical neck dissection along with reconstruction using pectoralis major myocutaneous
flap [Figures 1 and 2].
A todas ellas se les realizo una reconstruccion con tejido autologo (dos TRAM, transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous
flap y dos DIEP, deep inferior epigastric perforators) y todas recibieron quimioterapia sin radioterapia.
flap in 3 (10%), rotational flap in 2 (6.
Extended nasolabial flap compared with the platysma myocutaneous
muscle flap for re- construction of intraoral defects after release of oral submucous fibrosis: a comparative study.
Techniques involving closure by Z-plasty, rhomboid or myocutaneous
advancement flaps require long operative time and hospital stay and are fraught with complications like loss of the graft or flap .
These radical surgeries results in complex myocutaneous
facial oral and neck defects with severe functional impairment in most of the cases.
In 2005, Righini et al documented the advantage of placing a pectoralis myocutaneous
flap during post-radiotherapy laryngectomy in a selected group of patients with diabetes mellitus, poor nutritional status, or a history of vascular disease.
I have reconstructed about 40 penises by one stage groin or rectus abdomens myocutaneous