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Treatment of severe burn of knee joint with fasciocutaneous flap of the lower leg

, : Treatment of severe burn of knee joint with fasciocutaneous flap of the lower leg. Zhonghua Wai Ke Za Zhi 33(4): 236-237

Burn of knee joint often happens on the extended side surface and hurts the articular capsule and cavity. Five patients with severe burn of knee joint were successfully treated with fasciocutaneous flap of the lower leg. After the operation, all the flaps survived. Three patients' articular cavity got initial sealing-up. Except two patients' joints merging, joint movement was normal or near normal, and with satisfactory appearance. The timing, key points, and advantages of this operation were discussed. The fasciocutaneous flap of the lower leg is a good selection for severe burn of knee joint.


PMID: 7587680

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