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The image tentatively sketched is one of a hierarchical bone-crafting lineage, operating a large-scale, integrated workshop, churning out batches of perforators among other things, and of those, primarily decorative pins.
The flap was harvested either as a perforator flap or in combination with the vastus lateralis muscle as a musculocutaneous flap.
The same infraumbilical tissue used for the TRAM flap reconstruction is used in the deep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flap, with the advantage of avoiding disruption to the muscle and fascia.
Septal perforators also arose from its deeper aspect.
Subfascial endoscopic perforator vein surgery combined with saphenous vein ablation: results and critical analysis.
We detail our successful experience with perforator flaps from the abdomen and thoracic region in the reconstruction of complex head and neck defects.
The Five Star Perforator offers an efficient and virtually effortless way of perforating a cigar without damaging it.
Also, formaldehyde (methanal [HOCH]) values of the particleboards were determined by the perforator method but not published.
Allen is credited with developing the perforator flap technique for breast reconstruction in the early 1990s.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to effectively address a common problem related to the splitting of cigars, the Cigarillo Perforator Splitter, has been developed by Mario De Guzman of Fairfield, California.
LoTempio for her outstanding paper onthe profunda artery perforator flap (PAP) for breast reconstruction.
Gabka and Bohmert (plastic and aesthetic surgery, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, Munich, Germany) include discussion of anatomy, implants, strategy, technologies, and indications, and a section on the perforator flap technique.