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Figure 14: Three months follow-up showing the improved appearance of the scar. It can be seen that the final scar was lying parallel to the Langer’s lines. Primary closure of such a defect would produce deformity of the lateral canthus. This justifies the use of rhombic flaps in such anatomical sites

Figure 14: Three months follow-up showing the improved appearance of the scar. It can be seen that the final scar was lying parallel to the Langer’s lines. Primary closure of such a defect would produce deformity of the lateral canthus. This justifies the use of rhombic flaps in such anatomical sites