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Chest wall reconstruction in a patient with sternal fibrous dysplasia

, : Chest wall reconstruction in a patient with sternal fibrous dysplasia. Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeon 59(1): 58-60

A patient with sternal fibrous dysplasia was treated via subtotal sternectomy using a sandwich titanium micromesh and polypropylene mesh to repair the chest wall defect. Pectoralis muscle flaps were created to cover the prosthesis. The patient had a normal postoperative course with good stability and postoperative cosmesis.

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Accession: 052055255

PMID: 21243578

DOI: 10.1055/s-0030-1250393

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