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Reconstruction of lateral transfixing tissue defects of the upper lip

Annales de Chirurgie Plastique et Esthetique 32(1): 7-13
Reconstruction of lateral transfixing tissue defects of the upper lip
Tissue defects of the upper lip are more easily repaired when they are quadrangular due to both morphological and functional reasons. The treatment of quadrangular tissue defects can be achieved by labio-jugal advancement or by a lip-to-lip flap. This second technique is preferable in cases of lateral tissue defects involving more than 1/4 of the lip.

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