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to make a hole or other opening in

to pass into or through by overcoming resistance

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In these situations, the reflux towards the great and small saphenous veins will lead to venous dilations and blood pooling in the perforator veins.
Three of these patients received free latissimus dorsi perforator flap, ranging from 13 cm x 16 cm to 10 cm x 18 cm, for suprapubic and perineal defects.
The main reconstruction options of Achilles region are the free tissue transfer and the loco-regional flaps, with the latter being increasingly used with the recent progress of perforator flaps.
Distally based perforator flaps for reconstruction of post-traumatic defects of the lower leg and foot.
Treatment of superficial and perforator venous incompetence without deep venous insufficiency: Is routine perforator ligation necessary?
It courses in the anterior interventricular groove down towards the apex and gives off septal perforators to the interventricular septum and diagonal branches to the anterior wall of the left ventricle.
The obtained perforator values were adjusted to moisture content of 6.5% by multiplying with the perforator correction factor F that was calculated from the formula published by Jann and Deppe [33]:
In particular, we decided to harvest and interpose the DUA perforator flap because it has significant advantages compared to other possible flaps, including a single skin incision, a constant vessel, and no risk of sacrificing the forearm vascularization as the flap is based on a perforating terminal branch.
In the present case, artery dissection caused by guidewire manipulation in septal perforators probably led to intraventricular myocardial hematoma.
Use of Doppler ultrasound may be helpful in identifying the most promising perforator artery near the defect.
The term DIEP is an acronym for the expression "Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforators" which is the name given to the tiny blood vessels that supply nutrients to the flap taken from the lower abdomen.
SEND YOUR QUESTIONS TO: diy.donny@trinitymirror.com PRODUCT OF THE WEEK Wallpaper perforator Roll this over your papered walls to fill it with tiny holes.
Wallpaper perforator – this puts holes in the paper so the steam can get behind it for stripping.
Perforator flaps have revolutionized the practice of modern reconstructive plastic surgery.
Thinning and innervation of the ALT flap have been partially studied by several centers worldwide, but there are still discussions about the limit of thinning of the ALT flap and the prognosis when it is innervated [4], even when there are some studies about the vascular supply and the limits that its perforator vessel can irrigate [5].