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Four cases of lower cheek reconstruction using the cervicopectoral rotation-advancement flap are reported. This fasciocutaneous flap can be raised quickly, provides excellent colour and texture match for the tissues of the face, and donor site morbidity is minimal. It is an especially useful method for lower cheek reconstruction following wide excision of melanomas of the cheek and for advanced parotid tumours where skin replacement is required following resection.
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Accepted: March 2, 1993
Received: January 12, 1993
© 1993 The British Association of Plastic Surgeons. Published by Elsevier Inc.