Pedicled Coronoid-Temporalis Rotation Flap for Zygomatic and Orbital Floor Reconstruction
【摘要】：The aim of this study was to investigate the feasibility and effectiveness of pedicled coronoidtemporalis rotation flap for zygomatic and orbital floor reconstruction.From 2000 to 2011, 6 patients(3 male and 3 female patients) were diagnosed with tumor of zygoma. Zygomatic ameloblastoma was present in 3 cases, vascular malformation was present in 2 cases, and zygomatic chondroblastoma was in 1 cases. All patients underwent operations for a wide excision of the lesions including zygoma, lateral orbital rim, orbital floor. The defects were measured between 2.5×3 and 4×4 cm, and zygomatic and orbital floor reconstruction were performed with pedicled coronoid-temporalis rotation flap simultaneously. Flaps of 6 patients were all complete survival with no necrosis. All patients displayed acceptable functional and proper aesthetic results.Satisfactory clinical outcomes show that the pedicled coronoid-temporalis rotation flap is readily available choice for reconstruction of the zygoma and orbital floor.