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musculocutaneous

[¦məs·kyə·lō·kyü′tā·nē·əs]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to muscles and skin.
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Double mucosal and myocutaneous island flap: a one--stage reconstruction for full-thickness lower eyelid defect.
Comparison of gluteal fasciocutaneous rotational flaps and myocutaneous flaps for the treatment of sacral sores.
The surgical procedures ranged from laser excisions, wide local excisions with split skin graftings, hemiglossectomies and radical neck nodes dissections to pectoralis major myocutaneous or free fibular flaps.
Closure with myocutaneous flaps (gluteus maximus or vertical rectus abdominus (VRAM) flaps) was used where direct closure was not possible due to extensive resection of the ischiorectal space necessitated by large tumour size.
Traditional flaps incorporating the rectus muscle of the abdomencalled the free transverse abdominis myocutaneous flap (f?
A few days later, the patient underwent a total thyroidectomy, sternectomy, ribs resection, and a myocutaneous free flap reconstruction.
If the wounds are clean, they can be closed by secondary intention and covered with STSG or rotational myocutaneous flaps.
Among their topics are the relationship between fat tissue and lymphangiogenesis, dermatological implications of secondary lymphedema of the lower leg, the hydrodynamics of intercellular fluid and lymph, transverse myocutaneous gracilis with vascularlized lymph node transfer, and harnessing stem-cell-mediated lymphangiogenesis to treat lymphedema.
Therefore we proceeded with the elevation of a 6x12 cm skin isle latissimus dorsi myocutaneous flap designed to attain the upcoming resulting defect (Figure 4).
13) A number of tissue interposition options exist, such as gracilis, dartos, gluteus maximus, omentum, island groin, scrotal myocutaneous, and dartos pedicle flaps.
Myocutaneous flap reflected, five burr holes were made in the following locations: (1) temporal squamous bone just superior to posterior root of zygomatic arch, (2) keyhole area behind frontal end of zygomatic arch anteriorly, (3) 3 cm above transverse sinus and 3 cm lateral to inion, (4) parietal parasaggital and (5) frontal parasagittal area.
Additionally, oncoplastic breast reconstruction techniques using autologous myocutaneous flaps and implanted tissue expanders are not a focus of this paper; however, it occurs commonly enough to briefy discuss it.