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Successful application of modified keystone flaps following skin tumor ablation.

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Summary of "Successful application of modified keystone flaps following skin tumor ablation."

Skin cancer and precancerous skin lesions cause significant soft-tissue defects following tumor ablation. Recently, keystone flaps have gained popularity due to their simplicity, versatility, and reliability.We evaluated the efficacy of modified keystone flaps for soft-tissue reconstruction following skin tumor ablation in 2 medical centers.We reviewed the medical records of patients who received modified keystone flaps following the removal of skin tumors from January 2017 to December 2017. The diagnosis, site, flap size, and complications were recorded.Forty-one modified keystone flaps were evaluated, and the wound dimensions ranged from 1 cm × 1 cm to 18 cm × 9.5 cm, with an average size of 9.8 cm × 6.4 cm. With our selection strategy, specific modified keystone flaps were designed for the soft-tissue defects. The flap dimensions ranged from 2.2 cm × 1 cm to 26 cm × 10 cm, with an average size of 14.3 cm × 7.5 cm. Two patients developed minor wound dehiscence (4.9%), and 1 patient developed partial flap loss (2.4%), but all of these patients healed after local wound care without the need for surgical intervention.Our selection strategy for modified keystone flaps is a feasible and reliable option for reconstruction following skin tumor excision.

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Name: Medicine
ISSN: 1536-5964
Pages: e17469

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