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Figure 1: Illustration of a case of peroneal artery perforator flap. (a) The defect. (b) Flap elevation. (c) Peroneal perforator during flap dissection. (d) Flap inset. (e) Late postoperatively (3 months). (a) Preoperative defect such as a chronic ulcer in right leg. (b) Intraoperative elevation of the flap. (c) Dissection of peroneal artery perforator (d) flap inset and grafting of the donor site. (e) Late postoperative view after 3 months showing good coverage of defect with complete healing.

Figure 1: Illustration of a case of peroneal artery perforator flap. (a) The defect. (b) Flap elevation. (c) Peroneal perforator during flap dissection. (d) Flap inset. (e) Late postoperatively (3 months). (a) Preoperative defect such as a chronic ulcer in right leg. (b) Intraoperative elevation of the flap. (c) Dissection of peroneal artery perforator (d) flap inset and grafting of the donor site. (e) Late postoperative view after 3 months showing good coverage of defect with complete healing.