Swallowing defects due to esophageal cancer can be repaired using jejunum flaps (grafts). A jejunum tissue transfer is done to repair defects of the pharynx after surgical removal of cancer of the pharynx or to restore the patient’s ability to swallow. A jejunum tissue transfer is gaining popularity due to its effectiveness and reliability. The complication rates have declined with significant advancement in the techniques used in a jejunum tissue transfer. Read more: What Is a Jejunum Tissue Transfer? Article
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