Types of Flaps: Tailoring Solutions to Unique Needs There are several types of flaps, each suited to specific reconstruction challenges:
- Muscle Flaps: Muscle flaps are often used for large tissue defects. The transplanted muscle tissue can provide both bulk and vascularity, making it ideal for areas where tissue volume and blood supply are critical.
- Adipofascial Flaps: Adipofascial flaps, which consist of fat and the fascial tissue that surrounds it, are useful for adding volume and contour. They are often employed in breast and facial reconstruction.
- Perforator Flaps: Perforator flaps use the body’s natural perforating blood vessels to supply the transplanted tissue. These flaps are chosen for their precision and minimal donor site morbidity.
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