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Unusual Pseudoaneurysm of the Dorsalis Pedis Artery after an Iatrogenic Injury

Lee Y, Ryu HY, Kim YJ, Ku GW

Aneurysm and pseudoaneurysm of the dorsalis pedis artery (DPA) are rare vascular entities. Pseudoaneurysms of the DPA are commonly due to blunt trauma, sharp penetrating injury, fracture, or iatrogenic injury....
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Anatomical review of dorsalis pedis artery flap for the oral cavity reconstruction

Kim SM, Kang JY, Eo MY, Myoung H, Lee SK, Lee JH

The dorsalis pedis artery (DPA) was renamed from the anterior tibialis artery after it passed under the extensor retinaculum, and DPA travels between the extensor hallucis longus and extensor digitorum...
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Study for the discrepancy of arterial blood pressure in accordance with method, age, body part of measurement during general anesthesia using sevoflurane

Lee JH, Kim JM, Ahn KR, Kim CS, Kang KS, Chung JH, Chung JW, Yoo SH

BACKGROUND: Many pieces of previous research on measuring blood pressure (BP) using different methods focused on the disparity in the results. However, none of them dealt with the disparity caused...
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Foot Necrosis Following Percutaneous Cannulation of the Dorsalis Pedis Artery: A Case Report

Lee HY, Yu BY, Kim SH, An TH, Chung CD, Yu BS, So KY, Lim KJ, Cho NS

Arterial canuulation is generally used to monitor blood pressure and sample blood for gas analysis. Radial and dorsalis pedis arteries are commonly used for arterial cannulation. It is a simple,...
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Morphological Study on the Dorsalis Pedis and First Dorsal Metatarsal Arteries in Koreans

Kim JK, Chung IH, Lee HY, Yoon KH, Kil YC

  • KMID: 2030740
  • Korean J Anat.
  • 2001 Feb;34(1):65-73.
Morphological variation of the dorsalis pedis and the first dorsal metatarsal arteries are important because these arteries are used as flap pedicles during surgery of hands and feet with tissue...
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