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Perforator Flaps: Anatomy, Technique, & Clinical Applications, 2nd Edition

Edited by Phillip N. Blondeel, MD, PhD; Steven F. Morris, MD, MSc; Geoffrey G. Hallock, MD; Peter C. Neligan, MB, FRCS(I)

Published by Quality Medical Publishing, 2013
ISBN 10: 1576263177 / ISBN 13: 9781576263174
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Title: Perforator Flaps: Anatomy, Technique, & ...

Publisher: Quality Medical Publishing

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

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2 Volumes with 4 DVDs featuring 23 videos demonstrating step-by-step surgical technique. Bookseller Inventory # 016374

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This is currently the only textbook on perforator flaps available. The first edition was a bestseller that sold out of its initial printing. The second edition of this book includes perforator anatomy, a description of currently used perforator flaps as well as clinical indications for the use of these flaps. The book has been updated to include all of the new information that has accrued since the last edition was published. It includes 10 new chapters as well as extensive updates on existing chapters.

The new edition has been in demand because of all of the new developments in the field. The editors are all leading reconstructive surgeons and pioneers in the field of perforator flap surgery. They have assembled a group of world renowned experts to contribute chapters. This new edition will have even more appeal than the first because local perforator flaps are more and more superseding the use of free flaps now for any area of the body. This includes the free-style propeller flaps, and the distal-based sural flap which has universally been used for the lower extremity especially when microsurgical skills are unavailable. Therefore, this new edition is a must-have for the practicing reconstructive surgeon to keep up to date on what presently is the "in" topic in plastic surgery.

Basic techniques for flap harvest are well outlined from the most basic to the most advanced. Supplemental DVDs show actual operating experiences to further enhance gaining appropriate knowledge on how to use these flaps.

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The first edition of Perforator Flaps: Anatomy, Technique, & Clinical Applications was a bestseller that sold out of its initial printing. This new edition has been updated to include ten new chapters and extensive updates on all existing chapters.

Many new developments have taken place in the field, including the use of local perforator flaps, including free-style propeller flaps as well as the distal-based sural flap, which is effective for the lower extremity especially when microsurgical skills are unavailable. The editors, leading reconstructive surgeons and pioneers in the field of perforator flap surgery, have assembled a group of world-renowned experts who discuss perforator anatomy and clinical indications for the use of these flaps.

The book outlines techniques for flap harvest, from the most basic to the highly advanced. Accompanying the book are four supplemental DVDs that demonstrate actual operating procedures.

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