Han-Liang Yu

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Pulsed magnetic fields have been shown to stimulate neovascularization in the authors' laboratory. The rat groin composite flap was used to create a prospective randomized trial to test the effectiveness of these pulsed magnetic fields. The skin paddle to this flap is highly consistent, and the authors proposed using the flap to study how pulsed magnetic(More)
BACKGROUND Previous studies of pulsed magnetic fields have reported enhanced fracture and chronic wound healing, endothelial cell growth, and angiogenesis. This study characterizes the biomechanical changes that occur when standard cutaneous wounds are exposed to radiofrequency pulsed magnetic fields with specific dosage parameters, in an attempt to(More)
The end-to-side anastomosis is one of the most useful techniques in microsurgery. It creates a recipient opening for the donor, keeps the donor vessel intact, and does not interrupt distal blood flow, compared to the end-to-end anastomosis technique. The end-to-side anastomosis is consequently becoming more acceptable in reconstructive microsurgery. The(More)
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