Toni Zhong, C. Vaughan A. Bowen
The common basis of all microvascular surgery is the ability to repair very small blood vessels. Once the technique is mastered it becomes possible to revascularize and replant incomplete or complete digital amputations, and to design free tissue transfer procedures for the reconstruction of a large variety of different types of damaged parts. Historically, the challenge was to find a way to repair vessels one millimeter in diameter with predictable postoperative patency.
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