volume 28, issue 3, P195-201 2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-86502013000300007
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Abstract: ABSTRACT PURPOSE:To study the bone viability of a vascularized galea and periosteum flap filled with bone fragments, as a substitute of the bone graft in facial reconstructive surgery. METHODS:Forty rabbits were studied, and divided in two groups. One had a simple galea and periosteum flap done and the other had the same flap done and filled with bone fragments of the calvaria. The bone formation was evaluated by radiographies, macroscopic and microscopic analysis. RESULTS:The bone neoformation in both groups…

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