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The Perforasome Theory: Vascular Anatomy and Clinical Implications
Background: A clear understanding of the vascular anatomy of an individual perforator relative to its vascular territory and flow characteristics is essential for both flap design and harvest. TheExpand
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A novel approach to the treatment of lower extremity lymphedema by transferring a vascularized submental lymph node flap to the ankle.
OBJECTIVE Vascularized groin lymph node flaps have been successfully transferred to the wrist to treat postmastecomy upper limb lymphedema. This study investigated the anatomy, mechanism and outcomeExpand
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Enhanced recovery after surgery in microvascular breast reconstruction.
BACKGROUND Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) pathways have been shown in multiple surgical specialties to decrease hospital length of stay (LOS) after surgery, but they have not been describedExpand
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Perforasomes of the DIEP Flap: Vascular Anatomy of the Lateral versus Medial Row Perforators and Clinical Implications
Background: Regarding the perfusion of a deep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flap, the classic Hartrampf zones II and III were demonstrated by Holm et al. to be reversed using fluorescentExpand
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Comparison of different ADM materials in breast surgery.
This is a brief review of the history of the role of acellular dermal matrices in breast reconstruction surgery, with a summary of several currently available products, including a table ofExpand
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The Single Dominant Medial Row Perforator DIEP Flap in Breast Reconstruction: Three-Dimensional Perforasome and Clinical Results
Background: Successful outcomes with the deep inferior epigastric artery perforator (DIEP) flap are heavily dependent on identifying the largest perforators. The purpose of this study was to describeExpand
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Internal Mammary Perforator Recipient Vessels for Breast Reconstruction Using Free TRAM, DIEP, and SIEA Flaps
Background: Use of internal mammary perforator recipient vessels may decrease recipient-site morbidity in free flap breast reconstruction. However, it is not known whether they are as reliable as theExpand
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Surgical management of cubital tunnel syndrome: a comparative analysis of outcome using four different techniques
BackgroundVarious options exist for the surgical management of cubital tunnel syndrome. The goals of this study were to compare the outcome of four different surgical techniques: (1) simpleExpand
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Three- and Four-Dimensional Computed Tomographic Angiography and Venography for the Investigation of the Vascular Anatomy and Perfusion of Perforator Flaps
Background: Two-dimensional contrast radiography is the current standard for investigating the vascular anatomy of surgical flaps. The microvascular anatomy of the perforator flap, however, isExpand
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Pedicled-perforator (propeller) flaps in lower extremity defects: a systematic review.
Pedicled-perforator (propeller) flaps for lower extremity reconstruction have gained popularity due to minimal donor site morbidity, relatively simple surgical technique, and replacement of tissueExpand
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