The provider creates an island pedicle flap by incising the healthy skin and tissue around the donor site, elevating it, and placing it on an area of wound or injury. This flap is rich in blood supply because it retains a connection to a named blood vessel from the donor site. The flap also has a nerve that remains attached for transmission of motor and sensory signals.
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