Reconstructive surgery

Tensor Fascia Lata Flap

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Figure 60.1 Tensor fascia lata perforator flap. Introduction The tensor fascia lata (TFL) flap is one of the well-known flaps with a reliable and constant pedicle. This flap has served…

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Fibula Flap

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Figure 52.1 Fibula flap. Introduction With an outstanding length available for harvest, a solid and sizable bone stock, a reliable blood supply, an allowance for manipulation of the components of…

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Gastrocnemius Flap

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Figure 50.1 Gastrocnemius Flap. Introduction The gastrocnemius flap is one of the most useful flaps. Described very early, it has been proven to be easy to raise and very reliable….

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Glabrous Skin Flaps

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Introduction The word glabrous is defined as “smooth, having a surface without hairs or projections.” Anatomically, glabrous skin is present on the palms of the hands and volar fingers, as…

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Soleus Flap

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Figure 51.1 Soleus flap. Introduction The soleus muscle, one of the components of the superficial posterior compartment of the leg, was used initially as a local flap, as described by…

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