Retalhos tubulares subdérmicos e axiais utilizados em quatro casos de correção de lesões extensa
Alternative titleThe use of tubular subdermal and axial flaps in the correction of four cases of extensive lesions
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The most common skin lesions in small animals result from trauma, burns, or surgical resection of large tumors. Given the high importance of reconstructive surgery associated with tumors in small animals, this study reports four cases of reconstructive surgery using subcutaneous and axial tubular flaps in animals with neoplastic lesions. Subdermal and axial tubular flaps are healthy alternatives for reconstructing wounds caused by large tumor resection in areas with poor tissue elasticity.