Thirty-seven radial forearm free flap transfers have been performed in a three year period. The results obtained have proven that the radial forearm free flap, a pioneer in free flaps, is going to keep its useful position in reconstructive procedures. Out of 37 cases there was only one total flap loss (2.7%). Other complications experienced arose from the donor site; two partial skin graft losses and one transient radial nerve injury. Preparation of a better recipient bed for split skin grafting and application of silicone sheeting also reduced the morbidity of donor defect.
European Journal of Plastic Surgery – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 3, 1998
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