The paper examines the anatomical principles and clinical applications of subcutaneous tissue flaps. This tissue, located between the dermis and muscular aponeurosis, is an anatomical entity supplied by a well-developed vascular network. Two examples of the application of the principles of the de-epithelialized ”turn-over” flaps in the hand and leg are presented. The reasons for their use and their advantages are briefly discussed.
European Journal of Plastic Surgery – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 17, 2000
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