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A Realistic Complication Analysis of 70 Sural Artery Flaps in a Multimorbid Patient Group
The popularity of the sural artery flap has increased markedly throughout the years, and favorable results are reported almost uniformly. Previous publications have mainly presented results of smallExpand
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A Review of Scar Scales and Scar Measuring Devices
Objective: Pathologic scarring affects millions of people worldwide. Quantitative and qualitative measurement modalities are needed to effectively evaluate and monitor treatments. Methods: ThisExpand
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A Retrospective Analysis of Facial Fracture Etiologies
The medical records of 437 patients with 929 facial fractures were retrospectively analyzed. Fracture patterns were classified based on the presence or absence of fractures in each of 4 anatomicExpand
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Delayed reverse sural flap for staged reconstruction of the foot and lower leg.
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The Distally Based Sural Flap
Learning Objectives: After studying this article, the participant should be able to: (1) Describe the anatomy of the posterior lower leg as it is relevant to the distally based sural flap. (2)Expand
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Management of “Buried” Penis in Adulthood: An Overview
Background: The condition of “buried” penis may arise from several factors. Although the pediatric form is a rare congenital disorder, it may become an acquired condition in adulthood, most commonlyExpand
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The Concept of Fillet Flaps: Classification, Indications, and Analysis of Their Clinical Value
Tissue of amputated or nonsalvageable limbs may be used for reconstruction of complex defects resulting from tumor and trauma. This is the “spare parts” concept. By definition, fillet flaps areExpand
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Concomitant injuries in patients with panfacial fractures.
BACKGROUND Patients with panfacial fractures comprise a small portion of the overall facial fracture patient population. Because of the forces necessary to cause panfacial injury, these patientsExpand
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The distally based sural flap.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES After studying this article, the participant should be able to: (1) Describe the anatomy of the posterior lower leg as it is relevant to the distally based sural flap. (2)Expand
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Early Experience with Fluorescent Angiography in Free-Tissue Transfer Reconstruction
Background: Soft-tissue and bony reconstruction with free-tissue transfer is one of the most versatile tools available to the reconstructive surgeon. Determination of flap perfusion and earlyExpand
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