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An alternative treatment option to microsurgery for tissue defects of the anterior side of the tibia: Bipediculated flap

Ismail Kucuker, Ibrahim Alper Aksakal, Hasan Gocer, Nevzat Dabak.

Abstract
In addition to soft tissue and bone tissue injuries as a result of high-energy trauma against the lower extremities, serious tissue losses may occur following tumor surgeries. For the reconstruction of this region, there are various options. The preferred methods of reconstruction vary with respect to the experience and knowledge of the surgeon. In this case, the mega prosthesis used following a tibia tumor resection by virtue of local flaps is discussed.

Key words: Bipediculated flap, lower extremity, reconstruction


 
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Ismail Kucuker, Ibrahim Alper Aksakal, Hasan Gocer, Nevzat Dabak. An alternative treatment option to microsurgery for tissue defects of the anterior side of the tibia: Bipediculated flap. Hand Microsurg. 2016; 5(2): 92-95. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.195478


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Ismail Kucuker, Ibrahim Alper Aksakal, Hasan Gocer, Nevzat Dabak. An alternative treatment option to microsurgery for tissue defects of the anterior side of the tibia: Bipediculated flap. http://handmicrosurgeryjournal.com/?mno=195478 [Access: April 13, 2020]. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.195478


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Ismail Kucuker, Ibrahim Alper Aksakal, Hasan Gocer, Nevzat Dabak. An alternative treatment option to microsurgery for tissue defects of the anterior side of the tibia: Bipediculated flap. Hand Microsurg. 2016; 5(2): 92-95. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.195478



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Ismail Kucuker, Ibrahim Alper Aksakal, Hasan Gocer, Nevzat Dabak. An alternative treatment option to microsurgery for tissue defects of the anterior side of the tibia: Bipediculated flap. Hand Microsurg. (2016), [cited April 13, 2020]; 5(2): 92-95. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.195478



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Ismail Kucuker, Ibrahim Alper Aksakal, Hasan Gocer, Nevzat Dabak (2016) An alternative treatment option to microsurgery for tissue defects of the anterior side of the tibia: Bipediculated flap. Hand Microsurg, 5 (2), 92-95. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.195478



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Ismail Kucuker, Ibrahim Alper Aksakal, Hasan Gocer, Nevzat Dabak. 2016. An alternative treatment option to microsurgery for tissue defects of the anterior side of the tibia: Bipediculated flap. Hand and Microsurgery, 5 (2), 92-95. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.195478



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Ismail Kucuker, Ibrahim Alper Aksakal, Hasan Gocer, Nevzat Dabak. "An alternative treatment option to microsurgery for tissue defects of the anterior side of the tibia: Bipediculated flap." Hand and Microsurgery 5 (2016), 92-95. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.195478



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Ismail Kucuker, Ibrahim Alper Aksakal, Hasan Gocer, Nevzat Dabak. "An alternative treatment option to microsurgery for tissue defects of the anterior side of the tibia: Bipediculated flap." Hand and Microsurgery 5.2 (2016), 92-95. Print. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.195478



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Ismail Kucuker, Ibrahim Alper Aksakal, Hasan Gocer, Nevzat Dabak (2016) An alternative treatment option to microsurgery for tissue defects of the anterior side of the tibia: Bipediculated flap. Hand and Microsurgery, 5 (2), 92-95. doi:10.5455/handmicrosurg.195478








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