By Harold Kitaoka
Now in its 3rd version, Foot and Ankle, this well known quantity within the grasp concepts in Orthopaedic surgical procedure sequence combines the step by step procedural advice that readers have come to belief with absolutely up to date fabric and new professional individuals. How-to structure is helping readers face every one surgical problem with self assurance. ample intraoperative colour photographs and unique line drawings show parts now not obvious to the medical professional in the course of a method. The book's reader-friendly sort is a brilliant time-saver whilst trying to find crucial proof. The 3rd version gains 13 new chapters, foreign views from 4 new authors from outdoor the us, and contributions from extra professional podiatrists.
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B,c) Result 6 months postoperatively after restoration of the elbow extension with a pedicled latissimus dorsi island flap. basis until the infection was controlled and healthy muscle and fascia were reached (Fig. 3a). For functional restoration of the elbow extension a pedicled myocutaneous latissimus dorsi flap was used. The residual defects have been addressed with split thickness skin grafts (Fig. 3b,c). Pedicled muscle and musculocutaneous flaps 31 Case 4 A 66-year-old male patient sustained a deep shoulder infection after rotator cuff repair.
For use in reconstruction of shoulder defects, the muscle can survive solely on the thoracoacromial axis and the chest wall perforators can be safely divided. When elevated upon the thoracoacromial axis, whether as a myocutaneous flap or as a muscle flap alone, the pectoralis major has as its rotation axis a point 2 cm below and slightly medial to the Pedicled muscle and musculocutaneous flaps 27 coracoid process. Swinging upon this axis, the tip of the flap can completely cover the acromion, or head of the humerus.