Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Issues in Flap Surgery

Edited by Sherif Amr

Cairo University, Egypt

The development of flap surgery parallels the increasing complexity of soft-tissue defects needing reconstruction. Random and pedicled flaps as well as free muscle and fasciocutaneous flaps have helped to reconstruct single soft-tissue defects. The multiplicity of defects needing reconstruction and donor-site morbidity in addition to tailored reconstruction have called for a revision of flap concepts in favor of perforator flaps. Unfortunately, we are faced with increasingly complex reconstructive issues. New reconstructive techniques, such as the Ilizarov method, have made orthopedic reconstruction after high energy and complex trauma possible. Revision surgeries after tumor resection and plastic surgery have brought about soft-tissue defects associated with extensive fibrosis and necrosis. As a result, previously nonsalvageable limbs have been salvaged. The reconstructive surgeons are faced with the following situations: multiple soft-tissue defects, extensive fibrosis, possibility of major vessel loss, and possibility of damage of several perforators.

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Issues in Flap SurgeryEdited by Sherif Amr

Published: April 18th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/66023

ISBN: 978-1-78923-013-0

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-012-3

Copyright year: 2018

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2280 Total Chapter Downloads

1 Crossref Citations

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1. Plasma Cytokine and Growth Factor Profiling during Free Flap Transplantation

By Juliane C. Finke, Jingzhi Yang, Marius Bredell, Uwe von Fritschen and Michael O. Glocker

197

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2. Experimental Rat Flap Models

By Merdan Serin and Mehmet Bayramicli

253

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3. Perforator Flaps: Principles and Techniques

By Goktekin Tenekeci

262

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4. Application of Free Flow‐Through Anterolateral Thigh Flap for the Reconstruction of an Extremity Soft Tissue Defect Requiring Vascularization

By Masaki Fujioka

234

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5. Emergent or Early Flap Resurfacing Is Required for Bone- Exposing Wounds of Gustilo-Anderson IIIB and IIIC Fractures

By Masaki Fujioka

218

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6. Reconstruction for Mandibular Implant Failure

By Shih-Heng Chen, Hao-Chih Tai, Tai-Ju Cheng, Hung-Chi Chen, An-Ta Ko, Tyng-Luan Roan, Yo-Shen Chen and Yueh-Bih Tang

225

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7. Hand Coverage

By Francisco Martinez Martinez, M. Llanos Guerrero Navarro, Juan Garcia Navarro, Alberto Gimenez Ros and Alba Izquierdo Robledano

308

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8. Omental Flap in Breast Reconstruction

By Ashraf Khater, Adel Fathi and Hosam Ghazy

302

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9. An Overview of Hypospadias Surgery

By Wenceslao M. Calonge and Gianluca Sapino

281

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