Die Musculus-peroneus-brevis-Lappenplastiken

  title={Die Musculus-peroneus-brevis-Lappenplastiken},
  author={Goetz A. Giessler and A. B. Schmidt},
  journal={Operative Orthop{\"a}die und Traumatologie},
ZusammenfassungOperationszielDefektrekonstruktion durch Transposition von gut vaskularisiertem Muskelgewebe als Muskellappenplastik oder mit Fibulaknochen als osteomuskuläre Lappenplastik.IndikationenKleine und mittlere Integumentdefekte im Bereich des Rückfußes, des Sprunggelenks und des distalen und mittleren Unterschenkeldrittels, Rekonstruktion von kombinierten kleinen und mittleren Integument- und Knochendefekten.KontraindikationenLäsionen der proximalen A. tibialis anterior (proximal… 
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Reconstruction of a traumatic plantar foot defect with a novel free flap: The medial triceps brachii free flap
  • F. Leclère, V. Casoli
  • Medicine
    Journal of cosmetic and laser therapy : official publication of the European Society for Laser Dermatology
  • 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.
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.


Der distal gestielte M.-peroneus-brevis-Lappen zur Defektdeckung am Unterschenkel
The distally pedicled peroneus brevis muscle flap has been proven to be a sufficient local flap alternative in patients with defects of the lower leg in the distal lower third.
The functional peroneus brevis as a third muscle component in the osteomyocutaneous fibula free-flap system.
  • G. Giessler, A. Schmidt
  • Medicine, Biology
    Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS
  • 2013
The Peroneus Brevis Muscle Flap for Lower Leg Defects
The authors describe their experience with eight peroneus brevis brevis flaps covered with split‐thickness skin grafts utilized to cover lateral malleolar fractures with exposed hardware or bone and one case of exposed Achilles' tendon.
The Muscular and the New Osteomuscular Composite Peroneus Brevis Flap: Experiences from 109 Cases
The peroneus brevis brevis is a valuable flap for defect closure around the ankle and lower leg and can be harvested together with a vascularized split fibula segment, representing a simple alternative to several free composite flaps.
The Distally Pedicled Peroneus Brevis Muscle Flap: A New Flap for the Lower Leg
In the authors' opinion, this flap constitutes a logical and valuable extension of local flap procedures for plastic surgery in the distal leg region.
The Versatility of the Distally Based Peroneus Brevis Muscle Flap in Reconstructive Surgery of the Foot and Lower Leg
The distally based peroneus brevis muscle represents a very reliable flap for coverage of small and moderate defects of the medial and lateral malleolus, the Achilles tendon, and the heel area and is often preferable to the use of free flaps.
[Distally pedicled peroneus brevis muscle flap for defect coverage on the lower leg].
These cases show that the distally based peroneus brevis muscle has a wide range of coverage and even allows a closure down to the calcaneal tuberosity, an economic procedure with short operation time and decreased hospital stay.
[The peroneus brevis muscle flap-plasty. A simple procedure for covering fibular soft tissue defects after osteosynthesis].
The modification of the peroneus brevis muscle flap is a reliable and simple method for routine management of soft tissue defects in the fibular region by the traumatologist.
Biomechanical Properties of Commonly Used Autogenous Transplants in the Surgical Treatment of Chronic Lateral Ankle Instability
The application of a transplant with low biomechanical stability, such as the periostal flap, requires more postoperative immobilization as in a strong orthosis or cast, because of the need for surgical stabilization of chronic lateral ankle instability.