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Bilateral Rectangular Musculocutaneous Advancement Flap: A Viable Alternative for Reconstruction of Large-Sized Forehead Defects with Exposed Bone
Hannara Park, Jaemin Seong, Hyouchun Park, Hyeonjung Yeo
Journal of Wound Management and Research. 2020;16(3):164-169.   Published online 2020 October 31    DOI: https://doi.org/10.22467/jwmr.2020.01165

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Bilateral Rectangular Musculocutaneous Advancement Flap: A Viable Alternative for Reconstruction of Large-Sized Forehead Defects with Exposed Bone
Journal of Wound Management and Research. 2020;16(3):164-169   Crossref logo
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