Research Article| Volume 23, P173-185, 1970

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The extended role of the delto-pectoral flap

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      • 1.
        An extended role for Bakamjian's delto-pectoral flap is described in surgery of the head and neck and surgery of the hand.
      • 2.
        The role in head and neck surgery has included the primary resurfacing of defects of post-triangle mastoid, ear, parotid, full thickness of cheek, angle of mouth and chin.
      • 3.
        The role in hand surgery has concerned primary resurfacing of the hand—dorsum and palm.


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