Rotation skin flaps: Step 2B (large photo)

Rotation skin flaps: Step 2B (large photo)

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May 01, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

When undermining the flap, retain as much subcutaneous tissue or panniculus muscle with the flap as possible to ensure a blood supply. (The dots indicate the eye's location under the drape.)

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