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Thrombosis of a Long-Segment Aneurysm from the Iliac to Popliteal Artery Associated with Arteriovenous Malformation and Varicose Veins

Chung CT, Ko H, Kim HK, Mo H, Han A, Ahn S, Min S, Min SK

A 58-year-old male patient with severe claudication due to thrombosis of the left ilio-femoro-popliteal artery aneurysm. He also had a venous stasis ulcer with a history of multiple embolotherapy of...
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Revisiting the Cross-Leg Flap: A Degraded or Still Useful Method?

Yu HH, Choi Y

Since the development of microsurgery, the cross-leg flap has not been a preferred method of lower extremity reconstruction. However, it is being used in several centers and has shown favorable...
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Pseudoaneurysm of the Anterior Tibial Artery after Reduction with Pointed Bone Reduction Forceps on a Spiral Fracture of the Distal Tibia: A Case Report

Yoo H, Cho Y, Hwang S

This paper reports a pseudoaneurysm of the anterior tibial artery after reduction with pointed bone reduction forceps on a spiral fracture of the distal tibia. Most reported injuries occurred at...
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The Usefulness of Perforator Flaps for the Definitive Management of Exposed Hardware in Patients with Lower Extremity Fracture

Kim SM, Jeong KS, Song HK, Park MC, Park DH, Lee IJ

PURPOSE: Hardware exposure after the lower extremity fractures operation is challenging to manage and requires long-term treatment. The traditional management of exposed hardware usually includes hardware removal. The purpose of...
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Anatomical popliteal artery entrapment syndrome

Kwon YJ, Kwon TW, Gwon JG, Cho YP, Hwang SJ, Go KY

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to analyze anatomical popliteal artery entrapment syndrome (PAES) and to individualize the treatment of this condition according to the anatomical status of the...
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Impact of Pedal Arch Patency on Tissue Loss and Time to Healing in Diabetic Patients with Foot Wounds Undergoing Infrainguinal Endovascular Revascularization

Troisi N, Turini F, Chisci E, Ercolini L, Frosini P, Lombardi R, Falciani F, Baggiore C, Anichini R, Michelagnoli S

OBJECTIVE: To retrospectively evaluate the impact of pedal arch quality on tissue loss and time to healing in diabetic patients with foot wounds undergoing infrainguinal endovascular revascularization. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Between...
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Common Peroneal Neuropathy With Anterior Tibial Artery Occlusion: A Case Report

Jeon S, Kim DY, Shim DJ, Kim MW

Peroneal neuropathy is a common mononeuropathy of the lower limb. Some studies have reported cases of peroneal neuropathy after vascular surgery or intervention. However, no cases of peroneal neuropathy with...
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Comprehensive Analysis of Chicken Vessels as Microvascular Anastomosis Training Model

Kang BY, Jeon BJ, Lee KT, Mun GH

BACKGROUND: Nonliving chickens are commonly used as a microvascular anastomosis training model. However, previous studies have investigated only a few types of vessel, and no study has compared the characteristics...
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Lower limb ischemia after bee sting

Ryu HY, Yoo MS, Park JY, Choi JW, Ryu SK, Kim S, Lee SJ, Kim YB

Bee sting causes mild symptoms such as urticaria and localized pain, and severe symptoms including anaphylaxis, cardiovascular collapse, and death. We reported on a patient with arterial thrombotic occlusion and...
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Perforator Based Tibialis Anterior Segmental Muscle Island Flap in Lower Extremity Reconstruction

Byun IH, Kwon SS, Chung S, Baek WY

Reconstruction of the lower extremities is difficult due to a lack of skin laxity and muscular tissues. Here, we present a case of lower extremity reconstruction via the anterior tibial...
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Close-by Islanded Posterior Tibial Artery Perforator Flap: For Coverage of the Ankle Defect

Bahk S, Hwang S, Kwon C, Jeong EC, Eo SR

PURPOSE: Soft tissue coverage of the distal leg and ankle region represents a surgical challenge. Beside various local and free flaps, the perforator flap has recently been replaced as a...
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Injury to the Anterior Tibial Artery during Bicortical Tibial Drilling in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Kim SB, Lim JW, Seo JG, Ha JK

Many complications have been reported during or after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction, including infection, bleeding, tibial tunnel widening, arthrofibrosis, and graft failure. However, arterial injury has been rarely reported....
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Coil Embolization of a Pseudoaneurysm of the Anterior Tibial Artery: A Case Report

Wang TH, Cho HL, Park KB, Kim DH

Development of a pseudoaneurysm around the ankle is an uncommon complication after surgery. We experienced a case of a pseudoaneurysm, which developed from the anterior tibial artery. A 44-year-old woman...
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Calcified Anterior Tibial Artery Entrapment in Distal Third Tibial Fracture: A Case Report

Yang KH, Won Y, Kim SB, Park WK, Jung YS

In the distal third of the tibia, the anterior tibial artery runs close to the anterolateral surface of the tibial cortex. In a clinical situation, without vascular evaluation, injury or...
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Midterm Outcome of Femoral Artery Stenting and Factors Affecting Patency

Yu JS, Park KM, Jeon YS, Cho SG, Hong KC, Shin WY, Choe YM, Shin SH, Kim KR

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the early and midterm results of superficial femoral artery (SFA) stenting with self-expanding nitinol stents and to identify the factors affecting...
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Popliteal-to-Dorsalis Pedis In-Situ Small Saphenous Vein Bypass under Planning with Mapping Using Computed Tomography Volume Rendering Technique

Byun SJ

The small saphenous vein (SSV) is an important graft in limb salvage surgery. It is frequently translocated for bypass surgery. Sometimes, the use of the SSV as an in-situ graft...
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Topography of human ankle joint: focused on posterior tibial artery and tibial nerve

Kim DI, Kim YS, Han SH

Most of foot pain occurs by the entrapment of the tibial nerve and its branches. Some studies have reported the location of the tibial nerve; however, textbooks and researches have...
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Upside-down Adipofascial Flap for the Medial Foot Soft Tissue Defect after Trauma: Case Report

Kim MB, Lee YH, Seo GJ, Baek GH

A child sustained a car tire friction injury and had multiple soft tissue wounds. She had a severe soft tissue defect in the medial foot and ankle aspect which requiring...
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Update on Management of Compressive Neuropathy: Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Kim HJ, Jang GS, Lee J

The tarsal tunnel is located beneath the flexor retinaculum, which connects the medial malleolus and calacaneus. The tarsal tunnel contains the posterior tibialis tendon, flexor digitorum longus tendon, posterior tibial...
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Free Flap Transplantation in Open Tibial Fracture with Vessel Injury in the Elderly

Yu CE, Yoo MJ, Lee JM

  • KMID: 2047987
  • Arch Reconstr Microsurg.
  • 2014 May;23(1):18-20.
Two aged patients who had open tibial fractures with arterial injury caused by high energy accidents underwent emergency arterial reconstruction using a greater saphenous vein and soft tissue repair using...
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