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Thin and superthin perforator flap elevation based on preoperative planning with ultrahigh-frequency ultrasound

Visconti G, Bianchi A, Hayashi A, Cina A, Maccauro G, Almadori G, Salgarello M

The ability to directly harvest thin and superthin perforator flaps without jeopardizing their vascularity depends on knowledge of the microsurgical vascular anatomy of each perforator within the subcutaneous tissue up...
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Techniques in Lower Extremity Reconstruction with Supermicrosurgery

Lee HJ, Kim SC, Kim KN, Yoon CS, Hong JP

  • KMID: 1428671
  • J Korean Soc Microsurg.
  • 2013 May;22(1):33-37.
PURPOSE: The concept and development of perforator free flaps have led to significant advances in microsurgery. Ongoing developments in perforator free flap surgery are aimed at reducing complications and improving...
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Twisting Effect on Supermicroanastomosis of the Superficial Inferior Epigastric Artery in a Rat Model

Seo MH, Kim SM, Eo MY, Kang JY, Myoung H, Lee JH

  • KMID: 1722533
  • J Korean Assoc Maxillofac Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2011 Sep;33(5):375-384.
PURPOSE: The advent of microsurgical technique and instruments, particularly in the field of perforator flap and supermicrosurgery, which have expanded the scope of microsurgery. However, supermicroanastomosis without any compression, tension,...
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