Having read with interest the recent review by Pabst et al,
1we would like to add the acellular dermal matrix material “Integra™” to the exhaustive list they have extensively reviewed. We noted that they had excluded any case series of fewer than five patients.
- Pabst A.M.
- Wermeister R.
- Steegmann J.
- et al.
Is there an ideal way to close the donor site of radial forearm free flaps?.
Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2018; 56: 444-452
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- Is there an ideal way to close the donor site of radial forearm free flaps?.Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2018; 56: 444-452
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