Robert C. Andersen

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The technique of two simultaneous pedicled flaps to a single extremity has recently proven useful in the care of war-injured military personnel. We present two cases of combat-injured Marines who underwent upper extremity reconstruction using simultaneous pedicled flaps. These cases illustrate a simple and successful alternative to free tissue transfer in(More)
Body fractures of the tarsal navicular are relatively uncommon. To date, there is little literature discussing a navicular body fracture with dorsal subluxation of the first and second cuneiforms over the navicular. This case study presents a 30-year-old patient with this injury. He underwent open reduction internal fixation of the navicular body fracture(More)
We report an avulsion of a transplant upper pole renal artery following apparently successful percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) of a stenosis involving main, upper, and lower pole renal arteries. We believe that the use of a high pressure balloon was the causative factor. If the branches at the bifurcation cannot be protected and if the stenoses(More)
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