Perforator Flaps: Anatomy, Technique, & Clinical Applications 3rd/2024

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  • Phillip Blondeel, Peter Nelligan
  • 9781684200726
  • Thieme Medical Publishers
  • 3rd
  • 2024
  • Hard Cover
  • New
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The primary goal of the third edition is to discuss evidenced-based perforator concepts and techniques that have been incorporated into global practice worldwide. Although condensed into a single volume, the new edition follows a similar format as prior editions, with chapters divided into four sections. The first section provides a solid foundation of knowledge with discussion of rudimentary fundamentals. The second section illustrates the use of basic types of local perforator flaps; introduces the vascularized dermal graft; describes routine suprafascial flap dissections with perforators themselves as recipient and donor vessels; lymphatics reconstituted in concert with perforator flaps; and how to minimize donor site morbidity with “kiss” flaps. The third section outlines basic anatomy and techniques for common perforator flaps, while the fourth section provides a brief overview of suggested preferences for clinical applications, with both sections organized by body region.

Key Features

  • Fifty-nine chapters with contributions from leading worldwide experts present trailblazing opinions and how-to tutorials
  • Sixty-five videos provide invaluable visual insights on how to successfully harvest donor sites, transfer tissue, and create a wide range of perforator flaps
  • The latest updates including microsurgery, ICG angiography, lymphedema surgery, skin perforator flaps, and keystone flaps
  • Algorithms and summary boxes offer quick access to essential information, while stepwise photos provide additional guidance on challenging techniques

This must-have text and video resource provides reconstructive plastic surgeons with a solid foundation of vascular anatomy knowledge, techniques for particular selections, and utilization of perforator flaps for all clinical situations.

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