Clinical applications of the rhomboid flap

D A Bray
Archives of Otolaryngology 1983, 109 (1): 37-42
The Limberg Dufourmentel, and Webster 30 degrees transposition flaps are reviewed. Twenty-two cases are reported. These cases show that preoperative design and attention to placement in relation to skin extensibility is important. However, these cases also demonstrate that placement of incision lines in proper anatomical locations for resulting camouflage and preservation of undue tension is critical to success.

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