IP Indian Journal of Anatomy and Surgery of Head, Neck and Brain

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88-91


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Abhishek Pareek, Himanshu Sharma, Buddhi Prakash Sharma, Punit Chitlangia


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A large squamous cell carcinoma over the zygoma- a rare presentation reconstructed with mustarde advancement rotation cheek flap


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Author Details : Abhishek Pareek, Himanshu Sharma, Buddhi Prakash Sharma, Punit Chitlangia

Volume : 2, Issue : 4, Year : 2016

Article Page : 88-91


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Abstract

Background & Objectives: The use of Mustarde advancement rotational cheek  flap for moderate to advance facial defects is a simple and effective alternative among other local, regional, free flaps like rhomboid flap, bilobed flap, cervical flap and for repair of the large defect of the facial skin with microvascular free flap like rectus abdominis free flap are used for facial reconstruction. Instead of using more complex free flaps, this flap can be considered as an alternative.
Method: Mustarde advancement rotational cheek was harvested by carrying superior part of incision cephalad towards temple.
Result & Interpretation: Defect site showed satisfactory healing with reduced morbidity with satisfactory result.
Conclusion: Mustarde advancement rotational cheek flap proved to be useful alternative for surgeons for reconstruction of large facial defects with minimal morbidity. It can definitely replace the other complex flaps in most instances.
In this article, we report the use of Mustarde advancement rotational cheek flap to reconstruct the facial defect.

Keywords: Mustarde Advancement Rotation Cheek Flap Ectropion, Epiphora, Tarsal Plates

 


How to cite : Pareek A, Sharma H, Sharma B P, Chitlangia P, A large squamous cell carcinoma over the zygoma- a rare presentation reconstructed with mustarde advancement rotation cheek flap. IP Indian J Anat Surg Head Neck Brain 2016;2(4):88-91

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