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The posterior tibial artery perforator flap: an alternative to free-flap closure in the comorbid patient.
Free Tissue Flaps
Vasopressors and reconstructive flap perfusion: a review of the literature comparing the effects of various pharmacologic agents.
Effects of statins on ischemia-reperfusion complications in breast free flaps.
Analysis of morbidity and mortality in patients undergoing skull base reconstruction.
Does Increased Experience with Tissue Oximetry Monitoring in Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction Lead to Decreased Flap Loss? The Learning Effect.
A Novel Free Flap Monitoring System Using Tissue Oximetry with Text Message Alerts.
Comparing the Outcomes of Different Agents to Treat Vasospasm at Microsurgical Anastomosis during the Papaverine Shortage.
Preoperative CT-angiography in autologous breast reconstruction.
Evaluating the Use of Tissue Oximetry to Decrease Intensive Unit Monitoring for Free Flap Breast Reconstruction.
Cost analysis of postmastectomy reconstruction: A comparison of two staged implant reconstruction using tissue expander and acellular dermal matrix with abdominal-based perforator free flaps.
Umbilical necrosis rates after abdominal-based microsurgical breast reconstruction.
Cost analysis of postmastectomy reconstruction: A comparison of two staged implant reconstruction using tissue expander and acellular dermal matrix with abdominal based perforator free flaps.
Does Hormone Therapy Use Increase Perioperative Complications in Abdominally Based Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction?
Revisiting the Relationship Between Hospital Case Volume and Outcomes in Abdominally Based Free Flap Breast Reconstruction.
Free Tissue Flaps