Rotation skin flaps: Step 7A (large photo)

Rotation skin flaps: Step 7A (large photo)

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May 01, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Suture the remaining short, straight suture line (flap recipient site). You can use the central suturing technique. This completes closure of the defect. Note that no tension is evident on the lower eyelid (i.e. no ectropion) after flap placement.

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