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Reconstruction of Lateral Malleolar Defects: Adipofascial Turnover Flap Based on the Peroneal Artery Perforator

Yeo H, Lee S, Park H, Park H, Kim H, Son D

Background: Lateral malleolar defects are a commonly encountered clinical issue, with several treatment options available from local flaps to microsurgical reconstruction. However, ankle defects are difficult to manage, especially in...
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The superior lateral genicular artery flap for reconstruction of knee and proximal leg defects

Low OW, Loh TF, Lee H, Yap YL, Lim J, Lim TC, Nallathamby V

Reconstruction of defects around the knee region requires thin and pliable skin. The superior lateral genicular artery (SLGA) flap provides an excellent alternative to muscle-based flaps. The anatomy and the...
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Restoring blood flow to the lateral plantar artery after elevation of an instep flap or medialis pedis flap

Velazquez-Mujica J, Amendola F, Spadoni D, Chen HC

The instep flap and medialis pedis flap are both originate based on the medial plantar artery. The medialis pedis flap is based from the deep branch and the instep flap...
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A propeller superficial transverse cervical artery perforator flap for defect coverage of the submental area: a case report

Choi JY, Seo JH, Cha WJ, Seo BF, Jung SN

Reconstruction of submental defects is a challenge that needs to be approached carefully, since many important anatomical structures are located in this small space. Both aesthetic and functional outcomes should...
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Usefulness of Color Doppler Ultrasonography for the Preoperative Evaluation of Thin Anterolateral Thigh Flap Perforators

Lee KJ, Park I, Roh SY, Koh SH, Kim JS, Lee DC, Koo JH

Purpose: The anterolateral thigh flap is commonly applied to various body sites for reconstruction. However, surgeons often struggle against unexpected locations and the nature of perforator vessels during surgery. Thus,...
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Resurfacing the donor sites of reverse sural artery flaps using thoracodorsal artery perforator flaps

Oh SW, Park SO, Kim YH

Background The reverse sural artery (RSA) flap is widely used for lower extremity reconstruction. However, patients sometimes suffer from donor site complications such as scar contracture and paresthesia, resulting in...
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Radial forearm free flap in a patient with an unusual radial artery variation: a case report

Menichini G, Calabrese S, Alfonsi N, Innocenti M

Head and neck reconstruction poses unique challenges in rehabilitating surgical defects in terms of integrity, function, and form. The radial forearm free flap (RFFF) has been widely used for defect...
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Objective photographic assessments and comparisons of immediate bilateral breast reconstruction using deep inferior epigastric perforator flaps and implants

Han HH, Choi JM, Eom JS

Background The increasing number of bilateral breast cancer patients has been accompanied by a growing need for bilateral mastectomy with immediate reconstruction. However, little research has investigated the complications and...
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Intraoperative near-infrared spectroscopy for pedicled perforator flaps: a possible tool for the early detection of vascular issues

Marchesi A, Garieri P, Amendola F, Marcelli S, Vaienti L

Background Pedicled perforator flaps can present postoperative complications similar to those encountered in free flap surgery. Beyond a clinical evaluation, there is still no reliable technical aid for the early...
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Intraadiposal Pedicle Dissection when Performing Free Tissue Transfer: A Means to Address a Short Pedicle

Lim JH, Chang JW

A 77-year-old male patient with a diabetic foot ulcer on his right great toe visited the outpatient clinic. As necrosis of the toe had already progressed, the patient underwent toe...
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Keystone Flap with Omega Variation and Sydney Melanoma Unit Modification to Cover Small- and Moderate-Sized Defects in the Anterior Lower Leg

Kong YT, Kim J, Shin HW, Kim KN

Background: Covering a small defect on the anterior lower leg is challenging because less soft tissue is available. This study presents the application of a keystone flap (KF) with omega...
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Reconstruction of the First Web Space Using the Wide-Second Dorsal Metacarpal Artery Perforator Flap

Choi SH, Cheon HJ, Oh SH, Woo SH

Purpose: This study evaluated the functional and aesthetic outcomes of a wide-second dorsal metacarpal artery perforator flap for reconstruction of the first web space of the hand. This flap sets...
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Closure of meningomyelocele defects using various types of keystone-design perforator island flaps

Putri NM, Tunjung N, Sadikin PM

Background Various methods have been described to close large meningomyelocele defects, but no technique has been proven superior to others. This study presents cases of meningomyelocele defect closure with a...
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Propeller Dorsal Intercostal Artery Perforator Flap for an Extensive Defect on the Back Following Malignant Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor Resection: A Case Report

Song SH, Kwon H, Kim S, Kim JH, Kyung HW, Oh SH, Yang HJ, Ha Y

Posterior trunk defects have been a challenging anatomical area to cover in reconstructive surgery. The use of local myocutaneous flaps has been described extensively in the literature to cover these...
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The Usefulness of Medial Sural Artery Perforator Free Flap for Head and Neck Reconstruction

Seo Y, Han SA, Kang Y, Jung YH, Ahn SH, Jeong WJ

Background and Objectives The ideal flap for head and neck reconstruction should be pliable, have sufficiently long pedicle and minimize donor defects. Anterolateral thigh free flap (ALTFF) and radial...
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Reconstruction of Pretibial Defect Using Bone-Anchored Advancement Flap

Kim S, Lee KT, Park JW

While free flaps have been widely used for reconstruction of pretibial defects, the extended operation times are known to be a major drawback. This report presents a case of successful...
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Reconstruction of Plantar Forefoot in Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Comparative Study of Perforator Flaps and Random Flaps

Kim YS, Roh SG, Kim JL, Lee NH, Shin JY

Background: Plastic and reconstructive surgeons consider a variety of options to salvage limbs of patients when operating on soft tissue defects of the plantar forefoot in diabetic foot ulcers. This...
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The perforator-centralizing technique for super-thin anterolateral thigh perforator flaps: Minimizing the partial necrosis rate

Suh YC, Kim NR, Jun DW, Lee JH, Kim YJ

Background Despite the wide demand for thin flaps for various types of extremity reconstruction, the thin elevation technique for anterolateral thigh (ALT) flaps is not very popular because of its...
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Perianal Circumferential Reconstruction with Tailored Superior Gluteal Artery Perforator Flap

Moon J, Lee KT

Reconstruction following wide excision of perianal lesion is challenging as it requires resistance to high risks of wound contamination and preservation of anal function. Here, we present a case of...
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A systematic review of the keystone design perforator island flap in the reconstruction of trunk defects

Rini IS, Gunardi AJ, Marsaulina RP, Aryandono T, Dachlan I, Dwiprahasto I

The keystone design perforator island flap can be utilized in the repair of trunk defects. A systematic review was carried out to identify the complication rates of the use of...
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