Revisiting the argument for 1‐ versus 2‐vein outflow in head and neck free tissue transfers: A review of 317 microvascular reconstructions

@article{Silverman2016RevisitingTA,
  title={Revisiting the argument for 1‐ versus 2‐vein outflow in head and neck free tissue transfers: A review of 317 microvascular reconstructions},
  author={D. Silverman and Wojciech H. Przylecki and Jill M Arganbright and Y. Shnayder and K. Kakarala and N. Nazir and T. Tsue and D. Girod and B. Andrews},
  journal={Head \& Neck},
  year={2016},
  volume={38}
}
The purpose of this study was to determine the benefit of 1‐vein versus 2‐vein outflow in microvascular free tissue transfers. 
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