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Flap Basics II: Advancement Flaps.
Shew M, et al. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am 2017 - Review. PMID 28676160
Advancement flaps involve carefully planned incisions to most efficiently close a primary defect in a linear vector. Advancement flaps are subcategorized as unipedicle, bipedicle, V-to-Y, and Y-to-V flaps, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. ...
Advancement flaps involve carefully planned incisions to most efficiently close a primary defect in a linear vector. Advancement f
The Physiology and Biomechanics of Skin Flaps.
Lucas JB. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am 2017 - Review. PMID 28676158
Facial skin defects created by Mohs micrographic surgery are commonly reconstructed using local cutaneous flaps from surrounding skin. To provide optimal survival and aesthetic outcomes, the cutaneous surgeon must command a thorough understanding of the complex vascular anatomy and physiology of the skin as well as the imperative physiologic and biomechanical considerations when elevating and transferring tissue via local skin flaps....
Facial skin defects created by Mohs micrographic surgery are commonly reconstructed using local cutaneous flaps from surrounding skin …
The Concepts of Propeller, Perforator, Keystone, and Other Local Flaps and Their Role in the Evolution of Reconstruction.
Mohan AT, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 2016 - Review. PMID 27673542
Understand the history and physiology of perforator flaps. 2. Understand the concept of "free-style" perforator flaps and principles in design and harvest. 3. Understand the uses of perforator flaps in reconstruction and applications in new settings. 4. Understand new principles in single and multiple perforator flap harvest and adjunct techniques that can be used in perforator flaps. 5. ...
Understand the history and physiology of perforator flaps. 2. Understand the concept of "free-style" perforator flaps and prin …
Application of Indocyanine Green in Flap Surgery: A Systematic Review
Li K, et al. J Reconstr Microsurg 2018 - Review. PMID 28992648
CONCLUSIONS:  ICG fluorescence imaging preoperatively facilitates the detection of perforators in tissue flaps with thickness <20 mm, aids in the evaluation of flap microcirculation and perfusion, and allows surgeons to select dominant cutaneous nerves while evaluating the quality of vascular anastomoses and locating thromboses. ...
CONCLUSIONS:  ICG fluorescence imaging preoperatively facilitates the detection of perforators in tissue flaps with thickness <20 …
Flap Basics III: Interpolated Flaps.
Reckley LK, et al. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am 2017 - Review. PMID 28676161
Paramedian forehead and melolabial flaps are the most common examples of interpolated flaps used by facial plastic surgeons and are excellent options for reconstruction of the midface after Mohs surgery. ...The main advantage of interpolated flaps is the robust blood supply, which can be either axial of randomly based, and the maintenance of the integrity of facial landmarks. ...
Paramedian forehead and melolabial flaps are the most common examples of interpolated flaps used by facial plastic surgeons an …
Wound tension and 'closability' with keystone flaps, V-Y flaps and primary closure: a study in fresh-frozen cadavers.
Donovan LC, et al. ANZ J Surg 2018. PMID 28922690
Attempts were then made to close these wounds with island flaps: 13 keystone flaps (seven 'type IIA' and six 'Sydney Melanoma Unit (SMU) modification') and five V-Y flaps. ...RESULTS: For Experiment 1, V-Y flaps enabled closure in four of five 'unclosable' defects. Keystone flaps did not enable closure in any of the 13 cases (P < 0.001). ...
Attempts were then made to close these wounds with island flaps: 13 keystone flaps (seven 'type IIA' and six 'Sydney Melanoma …
Perforator Flap versus Conventional Flap
Kim JT and Kim SW. J Korean Med Sci 2015 - Review. PMID 25931780 Free PMC article.
The introduction of perforator flaps represented a significant advance in microsurgical reconstruction. However, confusion has developed due to the erroneous belief that perforator flaps are different from conventional flaps. ...In fact, some of the flaps used by microsurgeons were perforator flaps. The only difference is the anatomical level of the blood vessels involved; the perforator concept is focused on the distal circulation, so-called 'perforator'. ...
The introduction of perforator flaps represented a significant advance in microsurgical reconstruction. However, confusion has develo …
Perforasomes
Zhang YQ, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 2011. PMID 21285840
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