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.

Authors and Affiliations

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