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Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are considered to play important roles in wound repair and tissue remodeling. Hypertrophic scar (HTS) is a cutaneous condition characterized by deposits of excessive amount of collagen after an acute skin injury. However, currently there is little knowledge about the direct relationship between MSCs and HTS. The hypertrophic(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the design and blood supply type of the reverse narrow pedicle lateral maxillocervical fasciocutaneous flap. METHODS The reverse narrow pedicle lateral maxillocervical fasciocutaneous flap with its pedicle locate in front of auricle was designed to repair the defect caused by removing the malignant tumor in aged patients. The(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the feasibility of clinical application of the thoracodorsal artery musculocutaneous perforator flap (TAMPF). METHODS (1) The morphosis and blood supply of TAP flap on 15 formalized adult cadavers(30 sides) were examined by microsurgery anatomy. (2) An imitative operation of the TAMP flap and latissimus dorsi flap on 1 formalized(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore a new method and estimate its outcome to repair deep heel tissue injuries with local tissue flap. METHODS At lower cnemis, a fat fascial flap combined with perineal tendofascial flap were designed and elevated between the lateral malleolars blank, the largest area is 6 cm x 13 cm, which were transplanted to cover naked calcaneal(More)
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