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Fig. 2.10a Double M-plasty. Each excision angle is 30° b Closure.

Fig. 2.11 a Crescent-shaped advancement flap of Jackson (1985).

b Closure of the defects.

Fig. 2.11 a Crescent-shaped advancement flap of Jackson (1985).

b Closure of the defects.

Fig.2.12a Rhomboid excision.

b Closure.

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b Closure.

Fig. 2.15 Simple Z-plasty.

a The scar, which crosses the RSTLs (--) almost at right angles, is excised and dispersed with a 45° Z-plasty. Flaps 1 and 2 are transposed, causing a slight lengthening of the tissue in the direction of the arrow. b Transposing flaps 1 and 2 in a 60° Z-plasty produces even greater tissue lengthening (arrow).

Fig. 2.15 Simple Z-plasty.

a The scar, which crosses the RSTLs (--) almost at right angles, is excised and dispersed with a 45° Z-plasty. Flaps 1 and 2 are transposed, causing a slight lengthening of the tissue in the direction of the arrow. b Transposing flaps 1 and 2 in a 60° Z-plasty produces even greater tissue lengthening (arrow).

Fig. 2.13a Small flap advancement for an elliptical excision. b Closure.

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