C L Krasniak

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Anomalous muscles of the upper extremity are encountered occasionally and in most cases, identification has been made at operation. Plain radiographs do not visualize soft tissues well. Magnetic resonance imaging provides good definition of soft tissue structures. We report a case of an anomalous flexor digitorum superficialis muscle in the palm, that was(More)
Closure of sacral wounds remains a challenge, especially when dealing with previously irradiated tissue. A report of a chronic sacral radiation ulcer successfully closed with the retroperitoneal transfer of a transverse rectus abdominis musculocutaneous flap is presented. Anatomical and technical details are highlighted.
We compared the length of hospitalization of 329 patients undergoing femoropopliteal bypass during 1982 with that allowed under Medicare's diagnosis-related groups (DRGs) for major reconstructive vascular surgery (DRGs 110 and 111). The mean length of stay was found to be related to the patients' age, increasing at a rate of about 1 percent per year. The(More)
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