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Autumn 2003, Vol. 11 No. 3

H.K. Dermatol. Venereol. Bull. (2003) 11, 121-128

Original Article

Surgical management of cutaneous tumour: part II

ECK Chan 陳祖鈞

In the part II of this article,skin grafting and flap reconstruction will be discussed. These will be relevant when the excision is complete and the defect is too large for primary closure.To achieve a proper coverage of the wound,one must equip with a full understanding of the reconstructive modalities before the primary surgery is performed.Furthermore,the choice of suture material as well as surgical aspect of some common malignant cutaneous tumour and that of benign tumour group will be addressed.