By Kartik G. Krishnan
This instruction manual is an introductory consultant to harvesting crucial workhorse
flaps of the torso and top and reduce extremities. Chapters are grouped into
separate sections in line with the anatomic quarter of the flaps. each one bankruptcy
details the serious scientific details the physician must be aware of to
effectively harvest flaps, supplying concise descriptions of the guidance,
incision, and dissection strategies. exact illustrations supplementing the
descriptions let surgeons to totally comprehend the technical maneuvers of every
- Step-by-step descriptions of flap harvesting
- Thorough dialogue of the appropriate vascular or
neurovascular anatomy for every dissection
- More than 2 hundred illustrations and schematics
demonstrating key thoughts
- Consistent presentation in each one bankruptcy to facilitate
reference and evaluation
- Practical dialogue of universal pitfalls to organize
the doctor for coping with the whole variety of eventualities within the medical surroundings
- Overview of basic options, together with
microvascular anatomy and styles of vasculature of soppy tissue flaps,
instrumentation, and microvascular and microneural suturing techniques
a good origin upon which to additional improve surgical talents, this e-book is an critical source for citizens in plastic and reconstructive surgical procedure, trauma surgical procedure, orthopedics, and neurosurgery.
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