Atlas of Microvascular Surgery: Anatomy and Operative Approaches

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Thieme, 1993 - Medical - 560 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Shoulder Arm and Axilla
8
Forearm Region
44
Hand and Wrist
84
Gluteal Region
102
Groin Region
120
Iliac Flap
129
Lower Abdominal Flap
136
Fibular Osteomuscular Transfer
238
Gastrocnemius Flap
244
Lateral Gastrocnemius Muscle Flap
250
Leg Skin Flaps
257
Ankle and Foot
314
Dorsalis Pedis Skin Flap
320
Dorsalis Pedis Osteocutaneous Flap with
326
Dorsalis Pedis Tendinocutaneous Flap with
332

Vascularized Iliac Bone Graft
142
Iliac Osteocutaneous Flap Based on DCIA
154
Bibliography
164
Gracilis Myocutaneous Flap
171
Tensor Fascia Lata Osteomyocutaneous Flap
179
Rectus Femoris Myocutaneous Flap
185
Anterolateral Thigh Flap
194
Recipient Site Exposures
201
Bibliography
216
Peroneal Flap Lateral Leg Skin Flap
228
Medial Plantar Flap
341
Free Toe and Toe Tissue Transfers
347
Free Second Toe Transfer 356
361
Free Pulp Flap
372
Second and Third Toe Transfer En Bloc
378
Bibliography
385
Back
482
Head and Neck
523
General References
555
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Page 217 - Song YG, Chen GZ, Song YL. The free thigh flap: a new free flap concept based on the septocutaneous artery. Br J Plast Surg.
Page 26 - Teres major, where it takes the name of brachial. Its direction varies with the position of the limb; thus the vessel is nearly straight when the arm is directed at right angles with the trunk...
Page 69 - In the upper half of the forearm the ulnar artery is deeply placed beneath the pronator teres, the flexor carpi radialis, the palmaris longus, and the flexor digitorum sublimis.
Page 34 - It takes origin in the cubital fossa at the level of the neck of the radius.
Page 185 - A line is drawn from the anterior superior iliac spine to the lateral margin of the patella.
Page 165 - The internal oblique-iliac crest osseomyocutaneous microvascular free flap in head and neck reconstruction. J Reconstr Microsurg 5:203 271.
Page 44 - Extensores pollicis longus and brevis to the upper end of the space between the metacarpal bones of the thumb and index finger. Finally it passes forward between the two heads of the first Interosseous dorsalis, into the palm of the hand, where it crosses the metacarpal bones and at the ulnar side...
Page 84 - At the urist the artery reaches the back of the carpus by passing between the radial collateral ligament of the wrist and the tendons of the Abductor pollicis longus and Extensor pollic'is brevis.
Page 83 - The radial forearm flap: A versatile method for intra-oral reconstruction. Br J Plast Surg 36:1.
Page 481 - EJ, et al. Reconstruction of the cervical esophagus: free jejunal transfer versus gastric pull-up. Plast Reconstr Surg 1990:85:16-21.

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