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Reconstruction of the thoraco abdominal wall by plication of the diaphragm and application of a fascia lata patch following demolition for sarcoma


Panminerva Medica 23(1): 29-32
Reconstruction of the thoraco abdominal wall by plication of the diaphragm and application of a fascia lata patch following demolition for sarcoma
A [human] case of sarcoma of the soft parts of the chest wall extending to the abdominal musculature is described, together with its successful surgical management. Conversion of the residual gap in the wall from an intrathoracic to an extrathoracic deficiency allowed an easy and enduring repair to be achieved by means of a fascia lata patch, inserted to reinforce the wall of the right flank.

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Accession: 006273240

PMID: 6457272



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