IC plasty for reconstruction of axillary defect

Journal Title: Journal of Surgical Dermatology - Year 2017, Vol 2, Issue 4


Reconstruction of axillary defects following surgery or trauma has always been a significant challenge for plastic surgeons. A variety of reconstruction options are available, including directed cicatrization, skin grafts and local flaps, but all of these procedures may allow skin contracture and leave unsightly scars.

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Samir El Mazouz, Abdelmoughit Echchaoui, Jaouad Hafidi, Nour-eddine Gharib, Abdellah Abbassi


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Samir El Mazouz, Abdelmoughit Echchaoui, Jaouad Hafidi, Nour-eddine Gharib, Abdellah Abbassi (2017). IC plasty for reconstruction of axillary defect. Journal of Surgical Dermatology, 2(4), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-680013