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| FIG. 11-08. The flap is somewhat bulky. Unfortunately, debulking sensory flaps on the pedicle site can be dangerous.
A patient suffered a crushing partial amputation of the hand with tissue loss on the dorsum.
FIG. 11-10. Stable soft tissue coverage is needed to allow secondary extensor tendon reconstruction.
A woman underwent neck dissection after a positive biopsy for cancer.
| FIG. 11-14. The expected extent of dissection is marked.
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2. Franklin, J.D.: The deltoid flap: Anatomy and clinical applications. In Symposium on Clinical Frontiers in Reconstructive Microsurgery. Vol XXIIV. Edited by H.J. Buncke and D.W. Furnas. St. Louis, C.V. Mosby, 1984.
3. Russell, R.C., Guy, R.I., Zook, E.G., and Merrill, J.C.: Extremity reconstruction using the free deltoid flap. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 76:586, 1985.
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