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to make a hole or other opening in

to pass into or through by overcoming resistance

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It can also be raised as a superficial circumflex iliac perforator flap.
In these situations, the reflux towards the great and small saphenous veins will lead to venous dilations and blood pooling in the perforator veins.
Perforator flaps rose as an alternative to free tissue transfer in patients in whom the complications toll is high: comorbidities including peripheral vascular disease, thrombosis and ischemia, loss of major vessels of the limb to microsurgery or extensive trauma or multiple surgeries, partial or total flap loss.
The perforator pedicled propeller flap is a useful and versatile option for coverage of compound lower limb defects, where the alternative means of coverage would have been a free flap.
Freestyle pedicled perforator flaps: Safety, prevention of complications, and management based on 85 consecutive cases.
The significance of these concepts of perforator flow between perforators directly impacts flap design and survival.
The EUS appearance in the outflow area in lower rectum corresponded with numerous smaller submucosal RVs and perforators, and the EUS findings in anal canal corresponded with small submucosal vessels and outflowing perforators through the middle part of anal canal (Figures 3(a) and 3(b)).
The flap is incised peripherally, and a careful exploration of the subcutaneous tissue begins, to identify and preserve a perforator vessel of adequate caliber for the nourishment of the cutaneous island in a freestyle fashion.
Once the perforator flap is cut, it is than rotated around the identified vascular arteriovenous axis.
But despite some artful dodging by helmer Sam Gold, events never get past the foreplay stage, putting some vest capable perforators in the awkward position of having to look busy while spinning in place.
From the disposal by Hill & Smith Holdings of Ash & Lacy Perforators to the recent pounds 10.1 million placing for Real Estate Investors, there is a solid platform of activity taking place for listed companies.
Their topic include the basic ultrasonic anatomy of the lower limbs venous system, the definition and patho-physiological mechanisms of chronic venous insufficiency, pelvic shunts, techniques for assessing the haemodynamics of venous insufficiency, how to perform a duplex mapping, and the false problem of perforators.
Type IV is described as the presence of two separate LAD arteries, the short LAD arises from the LAD proper, travels in the anterior interventricular sulcus and gives off major septal perforators and diagonal branches.
The interventricular septum (IVS) was exposed as in human hearts (6), the septal arteries (perforators) running subendocardially were dissected.