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Figure 1: Lateral skin fold (shoulder) from Byars’ flap is demarcated (a) and carefully de-epithelialized (b) without disturbing underlying fat and vasculature. Resulting skin edges (c) are reapproximated with interrupted suture (d)

Figure 1: Lateral skin fold (shoulder) from Byars’ flap is demarcated (a) and carefully de-epithelialized (b) without disturbing underlying fat and vasculature. Resulting skin edges (c) are reapproximated with interrupted suture (d)