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Following radical surgical resection, all patients enrolled in the study had immediate reconstruction with gastric tube, RFFF or jejunal free flap.
Free flaps used for reconstruction were: Antero lateral thigh free flap (ALTF) (n=8, 40%), Radial forearm free flap (RFFF) (n=6, 30%), free latissimus dorsi (n=4, 20%), Transversus Abdominis muscle (TRAM) flap (n=2, 10%).
Semi-rigid prostheses are the option of choice for the RFFF, and have been shown to have exceptional outcomes with the included risk of protrusion (Hoebeke et al., 2010).
"For that reason, the RFFF is willing to provide support and assistance to any fan group determined to protect the club's assets."
"For that reason, the RFFF con-firms it is willing to provide support and assistance to any fan group determined to protect the club's assets.
However, the RFFF claim only the Fifers deserve what they are calling "a debt of honour to a club of honour".
A fasciocutaneous flap such an RFFF does not provide adequate bulk.
The rejigged RFFF already has demonstrated its multiplier effect by lending $1.2 million, the maximum per project, to Village Roadshow Pictures.
However, talks with chief executive Graham Wallace have stalled and now the RFFF have decided to hold on to their money.
Of the PFTC's annual $7.5 million budget (which excludes the RFFF), about $816,000 is spent on direct investment, nearly $700,000 goes on commercial development and the rest is disbursed on project and creative development, short films and docus.
An RFFF spokesman said: "Those who have contributed will have a say on where the money is spent.
Yesterday, however, some fans were unhappy with the information provided by the RFFF in the wake of the meeting - with one even taking to an internet forum to demand a REFUND of his donation to the fund, which now stands at pounds 620,000.
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