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The Use of Proximal and Distal Ends of Internal Mammary Arteries and Veins as the Recipient Vessels for Combined Breast and Chest Wall Reconstruction with Free Bipedicled TRAM or DIEP Flap

By Lan Mu and Senkai Li

Submitted: July 18th 2012Reviewed: May 2nd 2013Published: July 31st 2013

DOI: 10.5772/56612

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