[Muscular and osteomuscular peroneus brevis flaps].

  title={[Muscular and osteomuscular peroneus brevis flaps].},
  author={Goetz A. Giessler and Andreas B. Schmidt},
  journal={Operative Orthopadie und Traumatologie},
  volume={25 2},
OBJECTIVE Soft tissue defect reconstruction by transposition of well-vascularized muscle tissue with a muscle flap and as an osteomuscular flap together with a fibular bone segment for combined skeletal and soft tissue defects. INDICATIONS Small- and medium-sized defects of the hindfoot, around the ankle and the distal and middle third of the lower leg, skeletal reconstruction of underlying small- and medium-sized bone defects. CONTRAINDICATIONS Lesions of the proximal anterior tibial… 
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Reconstruction of a traumatic plantar foot defect with a novel free flap: The medial triceps brachii free flap
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  • 2015
It is predicted that the use of the MTB free flap will grow and develop rapidly for reconstruction of ankle and foot defects, due to the anatomical shape of the flap, the position of its pedicle, and the moldability of the muscle.
Proximal Trauma Increases Risk of Venous Thrombosis in Soft Tissue Reconstruction of Open Lower Limb Fractures
It is postulated that pelvic injury or ipsilateral lower limb injury proximal to the site of a free flap may increase the rate of post-operative complications, and severe coexisting proximal trauma predicted a higher venous microvascular complication rate but was not a contraindication to limb salvage.
Medial triceps brachii free flap in reconstructive surgery: a prospective study in eight patients
MTB free flap appears to be a useful option for covering small to medium defects in lower limb extremities and it is suggested that the flap could also be used as an innervated free flap for small or medium muscular reanimation such as sequelae of forearm and hand muscle impairment, or facial palsy.
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