The lobular transposition flap: a useful adjunct to reconstruct helical defects

D B Saleh, J Tan, P Mohammed, S Majumder
Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery: JPRAS 2012, 65 (7): 963-5
We detail our adjunct to Antia and Buch's chondrocutaneous advancement flap for helical reconstruction. It is simple, reliable and negates the need for transfer of the defect to the lobule and/or V-Y advancement of the helical crus.

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