Reconstructive Surgery: Principles, Anatomy & Technique, Volume 1
This beautifully illustrated clinical reference fully documents the three approaches to reconstructive surgery -- flaps, microsurgery and tissue expansion -- as they apply to the entire body. It is the only book to provide technical data on tissue expansion and its application in reconstructive surgery, and use anatomical dissections with accompanying illustrations to give a better understanding of each operation.
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Ann Plast Surg arc of rotation artery and associated artery and vein axilla axillary branch breast reconstruction circumflex clinical cutaneous territory debridement deep surface defect dissection Dominant pedicle dominant vascular pedicle donor site closure expander fasciocutaneous flap fibers flap base flap design flap elevation flap inset flap modification flap transposition forearm free flap gluteal gluteus maximus muscle head and neck implant incision included infection inferior insertion intercostal lateral thoracic artery latissimus dorsi muscle leukocytes located lower extremity Mathes SJ medial microvascular transplantation midline Minor Pedicle muscle flap nerve osteomyelitis patients pectoralis major pectoralis major muscle pedicle length perforating Plast Reconstr Surg posterior interosseous artery posterior trunk proximal radial radial artery random pattern flap rectus REGIONAL SOURCE scalp scapula segmental sensory serratus skin grafts skin island skin territory soft tissue standard flap subcutaneous superior technique thoracodorsal thoracodorsal artery tissue expansion ulnar upper extremity vascular anatomy vascularized bone venae comitantes vessels