Atlas of microsurgical composite tissue transplantation
Provides a comprehensive discussion of free flap surgery. The author presents an in-depth, technique-oriented review of each flap, including indications, dimensions, vascular and neural anatomy, and dissection. Covers cutaneous, musculocutaneous, septocutaneous, fasciocutaneous and fascial flaps. Each chapter includes a review by selected experts for a unique perspective and alternate surgical techniques.
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adductor anastomosis Anatomy artery and vein axillary blood supply bone brachial brevis cm in length cm in width course cutaneous branch cutaneous nerve cutaneous paddle deep fascia digitorum longus distal donor dorsal metatarsal artery dorsalis pedis artery elevated extensor digitorum external diameter fascia lata fascial flap fasciocutaneous flap femoral artery fibers fibula FIGURE FLAP DISSECTION forearm flap free flap hallucis longus iliac crest incision insertion intercostal lateral femoral circumflex lateral intermuscular septum latissimus dorsi latissimus dorsi muscle ligated located longus muscle major muscle musculocutaneous flap neous osseous segment pectoralis major pectoralis minor muscle pedicle pedicle length perforators perfusion peroneal nerve plantar Plast Reconstr Surg Plast Surg popliteal portion posterior tibial proximal radial recipient reconstruction rectus femoris muscle rior saphenous vein sartorius muscle serratus anterior muscle superficial temporal superior sural surface temporal fascia tendon thigh flap thoracodorsal tibial artery tissue transplantation transverse vascular pedicle venae comitantes venous vessels