Fibula Osteocutaneous Flap for Mandibular Reconstruction View Full Text


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2016-12-31

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Stephan Ariyan

ABSTRACT

Reconstruction of the head neck area following resection for head neck cancer can be difficult because of the poor hygiene, contamination with intraoral bacteria, as well as possible previous radiation therapy. When the tumor involves the mandible, it adds further to the complexity of this reconstruction. Oftentimes, the surgical treatment requires only in the resection of the body of the mandible, which can be reconstructed with a straight segment of bone. Occasionally, however, the resection may involve the body as well as the symphysis, or bilateral resection from angle of the mandible to the contralateral angle of the mandible. This requires osteotomies of the bone to reproduce as closely as possible the architecture and angles of the mandible. Numerous techniques have been reported for the reconstruction of the mandible with or without overlying soft tissue tissue/underlying intraoral reconstruction. Nevertheless, the fibular osteocutaneous microvascular free flap has proven over the years to be a very reliable and durable technique for reconstruction of the mandible and soft tissues. More... »

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369-372

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