Distally Based Sural Flap in Children: Reliability Technique

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  •   A. Benjelloun

  •   N. Belmoudden

  •   M. Habla

  •   M. Benkhaldoun

  •   A. Elharti

  •   M. Diouri

Abstract


The distally based sural flap often poses the problem of venous suffering that can lead to necrosis. We present a reconstruction of a loss of substance of the ankle in a 6 years old child, using a distal pedicle sural flap, made reliable by a racket like flap method, which reduces the risk of vascular complications and led to good integration of the flap, with a good functional result. Nevertheless, the aesthetic sequelae remain significant.



Keywords: Children, reliability, sural flap, technique

References

C.S. Bich, M. Brachet, A. Baus, A. Duhoux, P. Duhamel and É. Bey. “The “racket-like” flap: Method to increase the reliability of the sural neuro-cutaneous flap,” Ann Chir Plast Esthet 65, 300-305, 2020.

J. Fernandez, C. Clérico, O. Camuzard and B. Chignon-Sicard. “New cutaneous strategy in sural flap surgery and possibility to adapt this technique to otherpedic led flaps,” Ann Chir Plast Esthet 60, 316-320, 2015.

A. Grandjean, C. Romana and F. Fitoussi, “Distally based sural flap for ankle and foot coverage in children,” Rev Chir Ortho Traumato 101, 175-176, 2015.

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Benjelloun, A., Belmoudden, N., Habla, M., Benkhaldoun, M., Elharti, A., & Diouri, M. (2021). Distally Based Sural Flap in Children: Reliability Technique. European Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 3(5), 29–31. https://doi.org/10.24018/ejmed.2021.3.5.1015

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