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The use of fasciocutaneous flaps in the treatment of soft tissue defects has been widely accepted. This study presents a case in which a huge defect after surgical resection of an advanced rhabdomyosarcoma was reconstructed by an extraordinarily large vertical fasciocutaneous flap from the back.
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