Reverse Sural Flap with Bifocal Ilizarov Technique for Tibial Osteomyelitis with Bone and Soft Tissue Defects – Corrected Proof

Abstract: Tibial osteomyelitis, in association with bone loss and a soft tissue defect, poses a significant reconstructive challenge, especially in high-risk patients. We describe a case of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus tibial osteomyelitis with intercalary bone loss successfully managed with bifocal Ilizarov compression osteogenesis at the bone resection site and proximal distraction osteogenesis, accompanied by a reverse sural fasciocutaneous flap performed with a delayed technique

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Reverse Sural Flap with Bifocal Ilizarov Technique for Tibial Osteomyelitis with Bone and Soft Tissue Defects – Corrected Proof

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