Choice of Free Flaps

Since the arrival of clinical microsurgery, reconstructive surgeons have reevalu-ated human anatomy, searching for vessels and tissues suitable for free tissue transfer. The nature of the defect and of the donor site must be considered in each case, in order to choose the most appropriate tissue for transfer.

Fig. 7.1. D) Complete stump coverage with a free latissimus dorsi myocutaneous flap.
Fig. 7.1. E) The patient with his first below knee prosthesis.

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