Effrosyni Kokkoli

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BACKGROUND In the complex and challenging treatment of a mutilating hand injury, any available resources need to be primarily recruited. Besides direct digital replantation, the tissue of the nonreplantable "spare parts" could often be "recycled," and also some replantable or injured structures could be "redistributed" in a more functional individualized(More)
BACKGROUND Any standard skin flap of the body including a detectable or identified perforator at its axis can be safely designed and harvested in a free-style fashion. METHODS Fifty-six local free-style perforator flaps in the head and neck region, 33 primary and 23 recycle flaps, were performed in 53 patients. The authors introduced the term "recycle" to(More)
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