Newly published research shows how using rescue flap operations in patients with osteoradionecrosis is a game-changer due to its extremely high success rate and low associated morbidity.
The ALTFL rescue flap is an effective and less morbid intervention in preventing progression ofosteoradionecrosis (ORN), according to a study of Cleveland Clinic patients.
A head and neck surgeon discusses how Cleveland Clinic is dramatically decreasing the physical and financial “cost” of free flap surgery.
Facial Plastic and Microvascular Surgeon Michael Fritz, MD, gives an in-depth look at how new techniques in free tissue transfer show great potential for creating a new paradigm in care for moderate stage ORN. He explains the procedure, patient selection and early case experiences and outcomes.