The rhombic flap

A F Borges
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1981, 67 (4): 458-66
The Limberg rhombic flap is one of the best techniques for covering a skin defect that is not amenable to straight-line closure. It is a simple, versatile technique that requires only the correct placement of a rhombic donor flap for its execution. An easy method is presented for planning the design of a rhombic flap to take full advantage of all its possibilities.

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