Surgical treatment of bite wound of the upper lip with simultaneous use of plastic repair with local tissues
The article describes a clinical case of surgical treatment of bite wound of the upper lip by primary surgical treatment of the wound, the wound suturingwith simultaneous use of plastic repair with local tissues. Peculiarities of the surgical treatment of bite wounds of this area, methods of complications’prevention are discussed.
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