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by Carl Hartrampf

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ISBN:
0839119275
Author:
Carl Hartrampf
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English
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Univ Park Pr (November 1, 1983)
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A rectus abdominis musculocutaneous island flap for breast reconstruction following mastectomy is presented. The vascular anatomy of the abdominal wall has been clinically studied in patients undergoing abdominal lipectomy.

A rectus abdominis musculocutaneous island flap for breast reconstruction following mastectomy is presented. The surgical technique is demonstrated and representative patients are shown.

cle{W, title {Breast reconstruction with a transverse abdominal island flap . A rectus abdominis musculocutaneous island flap for breast reconstruction following mastectomy is presented. author {Carl R. Hartrampf and Michael Scheflan and P W Black}, journal {Plastic and reconstructive surgery}, year {1982}, volume {69 2}, pages {. 216-25 } }. Carl R. Hartrampf, Michael Scheflan, P W Black.

Five cases of burns occurring in TRAM flaps utilized for breast reconstruction are presented in this study. These injuries resulted from exposure to thermal and/or solar radiation. We believe that the physiologic changes that result from flap elevation and transposition, mainly denervation, negate the autonomic protective mechanisms for heat dissipation.

Free-flap breast reconstruction is a type of autologous-tissue breast reconstruction applied after mastectomy for breast cancer, without the emplacement of a breast implant prosthesis. As a type of plastic surgery, the free-flap procedure for breast reconstruction employs tissues, harvested from another part of the woman's body, to create a vascularised flap, which is equipped with its own blood vessels.

Breast reconstruction entered the modern era when Hartrampf, Scheflan, and Black introduced the transverse rectus abdominis . The transverse abdominal island flap for breast reconstruction. A 7- year experience.

Breast reconstruction entered the modern era when Hartrampf, Scheflan, and Black introduced the transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous (TRAM) flap in 1982. This ingenious procedure reliably transfers autogenous tissue for reconstruction and has the added benefit of abdominal rejuvenation.

Hartrampf Carl R. Jr. . Annals of Plastic Surgery: February 1984. This study critically evaluates the abdominal wall in 82 patients following breast and chest wall reconstruction using the transverse abdominal island flap operation

Hartrampf Carl R. This study critically evaluates the abdominal wall in 82 patients following breast and chest wall reconstruction using the transverse abdominal island flap operation. Experience with these patients led to an awareness of the important muscle and ligamentous structures in the anterior abdominal wall. An operative procedure is presented for selective harvesting of the transverse abdominal island flap in a manner that preserves viability of the flap and at the same time reestablishes abdominal competence.

TITLE: Skin-Sparing Mastectomy and Breast Reconstruction . KEYWORDS: Skin-Sparing Mastectomy; Breast Reconstruction. Cell-assisted fat transfer is emerging as a promising technique to optimise the aesthetics outcome.

TITLE: Skin-Sparing Mastectomy and Breast Reconstruction: An Update for Clinical Practice. AUTHORS: Abdul Kasem, Christina Choy, Kefah Mokbel. JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Cancer Therapy, Vo. N., March 25, 2014. There is no sufficient evidence to support the role of endoscopic mastectomy in clinical practice.

Techniques for TRAM flap breast reconstruction. using advanced microsurgical techniques

Techniques for TRAM flap breast reconstruction. There are two distinct approaches to a TRAM flap procedure: a "pedicled" TRAM, where the muscle and tissue are left attached to their original blood supply in the abdomen and are maneuvered underneath the skin to their new location in the chest, and a free TRAM, where those tissues are completely detached and then reattached to the blood vessels in the armpit area. using advanced microsurgical techniques. Each technique has different advantages and disadvantages

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Start by marking Hartrampf's Breast Reconstruction With Living Tissue as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This complete step-by-step guide to autogenous breast reconstruction is written by surgeons who pioneered the transverse abdominal island flap (TRAM flap), fleur-de-lis latissimus flap, superior and inferior gluteal free flap, and lateral transverse thigh free flap techniques.

Breast reconstruction with a transverse abdominal island flap. Double-pedicled abdominal free flap using an entirely new microvascular combination of DIEP and SIEA vascular pedicles for unilateral breast reconstruction: a novel addition to the Hamdi classification. Plast Reconstr Surg (1982) 69(2):216–25. PubMed Abstract CrossRef Full Text Google Scholar. Plast Reconstr Surg (2012) 130(5):767e–9e. CrossRef Full Text Google Scholar.

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