The exposure of prosthetic vascular graft is a dangerous complication in revascularization procedures. In this case report, we describe a successful coverage of an exposed prosthetic femorofemoral vascular graft in the suprapubic area, with a vertical rectus abdominis myocutaneous (VRAM) island flap.
We report a case of complete DIEP flap survival, following venous congestion due to the excision of a local recurrence with main pedicle, 4 years after its transfer for breast reconstruction.
This study reports a unique 10 years follow-up case of a patient who underwent a free fillet of sole flap for left leg stump coverage and free dorsalis pedis flap for soft tissue reconstruction of contralateral popliteal fossa following severe bilateral lower leg injury.
INTRODUCTION Gynecomastia and/or mastodynia is a common medical problem in patients receiving antiandrogen (bicalutamide or flutamide) treatment for prostate cancer; up to 70% of these patients result to be affected; furthermore, this can jeopardise patients' quality of life. AIMS To systematically review the quality of evidence of the current literature… (More)