Fascia Lata Graft of a Mucosa Disorder in Oral Cavity

Vladimíra Schwartzová


The author describs the case of a patient with an excited cavernous hemangioma in the oral cavity. The defect on mucous membrane was covered with a fascia lata from Tissue Bank of University P. J. Šafárik Košice, Slovakia.


hemangioma; fascia lata; transplantation.

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