By Berish Strauch
This new moment variation of the best-selling Atlas of Microvascular Surgery is up-to-date with the most recent details on harvesting, fabricating, and dissecting vessels in all parts of the physique. It positive factors assurance of forty five donor websites with thorough overview of anatomy and strength anatomic diversifications; step by step directions for a hundred and ten recommendations for flap harvesting and fabrication, together with some of the perforator flap harvesting information; and outlines for 39 techniques for publicity of recipient website vessels.
Highlights of the second one edition:
- greater than 650 colour illustrations, together with one hundred fifteen new drawings, offer a visible advisor to anatomy and attainable diversifications
- transparent descriptions of one hundred ten diversified flap-harvesting thoughts, from making plans and designing to harvesting surgical unfastened flaps
- dialogue of perforator flaps in response to the deep inferior epigastric artery, more advantageous and inferior gluteal arteries, thoracodorsal artery, and lateral circumflex femoral artery
- Insightful evaluate of the scientific symptoms for, as good because the benefits and drawbacks of, utilizing particular donor websites is helping the doctor to method each one dissection with self assurance
- Easy-to-reference association in response to higher extremity, decrease extremity, trunk, and head and neck
All plastic and reconstructive surgeons, orthopedic surgeons, hand surgeons, neurosurgeons, and citizens in those specialties will enjoy the wealth of data during this landmark book.
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Thoracoacromial a. Lateral thoracic a. 23 5. Anterior circumﬂex humeral a. 6. Posterior circumﬂex humeral a. 7. Subscapular a. 8. Circumﬂex scapular a. 9. Thoracodorsal a. 10. Common circumﬂex humeral a. 1 UPPER EXTREMITY: SHOULDER, ARM, AND AXILLA Exposure of the First and Second Parts of the Axillary Artery I NCI SI O N ( FI G . 5 cm below and parallel to the clavicle, from the coracoid process to about 3 cm lateral to the sternoclavicular joint. Figure 1–23 Incision. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Thoracoacromial a.
4. 5. Axillary a. Superior thoracic a. Thoracoacromial a. Lateral thoracic a. Anterior circumﬂex humeral a. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Posterior circumﬂex humeral a. Subscapular a. Circumﬂex scapular a. Thoracodorsal a. Common circumﬂex humeral a. qxd 1/20/06 11:38 AM Page 23 RECIPIENT SITE EXPOSURES Variations in Branches from the Axillary Artery (Fig. 1–22) A. Typical branching pattern B. Common origin of lateral thoracic (4) and thoracoacromial arteries (3) C. Common origin of the lateral thoracic (4) and subscapular (7) arteries D.
Coracobrachialis m. 4. Pectoralis major m. 5. Pectoralis minor m. 6. Cephalic v. qxd 1/20/06 11:39 AM Page 29 RECIPIENT SITE EXPOSURES DI S S EC T I O N AN D I D E N T I FI CAT I O N OF A NATOM I C ST RU C T U R E S ( FI G . 1– 28 ) Dissection proceeds to identify and protect the brachial plexus (9). The axillary artery (7) is isolated by incising the vascular sheath along its line of pulsation. The axillary vein (8) is below the artery. There are several branches arising from this part of the artery.