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Journal of the Korean Society for Surgery of the Hand 2006;15(2):85-91.
Published online October 31, 2006.
Adipofascial Flap Reconstruction for the Soft Tissue Defect
Hyoung-Min Kim, M.D., Seung-Koo Rhee, M.D., Seok-Whan Song, M.D., Yang-Guk Chung, M.D., Joo-Yup Lee, M.D., Nan-Kyoung Ha, M.D., Il-Nam Son, M.D., Il-Jung Park, M.D.
지방근막 피판술에 의한 연부 조직 결손의 재건
김형민, 이승구, 송석환, 정양국, 이주엽, 하난경, 손일남, 박일중
Abstract
  With advances in techniques and instrumentation, the primary concern of microsurgeons has shifted from flap anatomy and survival toward flap refinement and donor-site function and aesthetics because flap survival rates have risen 96 percent. However, the problem still remains on regard that most flap has disadvantages that flap itself is too bulky or leaves unaesthetic scar to the donor site. These problems can be solved by using adipofascial flap instead of fasciocutaneous flap. The adipofascial flap not only has minimal donor site morbidity, but also can be retained thin. It seems that its advantages can be applied on soft tissue defect of exposed body part.
Key Words: Fasciocutaneous flap, Adipofascial flap
 


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