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Anatomical Guide For The Electromyographer: The Limbs And by Aldo O., M.D. Perotto, Edward F. Delagi, John, M.D.

By Aldo O., M.D. Perotto, Edward F. Delagi, John, M.D. Iazzetti, Daniel, M.D. Morrison

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The concept of the body as a “bank” must be explored and the lost tissue/part replaced with the most similar and closest tissue/part available on the patient (Level 4). However, there is a limit beyond which it is not possible to achieve satisfactory restoration of function/appearance because the missing tissue has some unique characteristics that are not found anywhere else on the body. For instance, if the loss of a thumb can be successfully reconstructed by either using a simple flap, such as an osteocutaneous flap from the forearm, or in a much more functional way by transferring a toe, then the loss of the entire hand is not amendable with autologous tissue due to both its size and unique function.

Iliacus and pectineus muscle (m. pectineus) while the posterior division supplies quadriceps femoris muscle (m. quadriceps femoris). The third branch from the femoral nerve (n. femoralis) is the sensory saphenous nerve (n. saphenous) [4]. Surgical Procedure Choosing the side of the animal on which to perform the surgery is the first step. For the righthanded surgeon, right hind-limb transplantation is more convenient. However, surgery time for left hind limb was found to take on average only 7 min longer.

Several well-established flaps are available, and their use has become standard in the armamentarium of a competent microsurgeon. 16 M. Lanzetta Fig. In this case,a parascapular fasciocutaneous free flap has been selected Fig. 7. Donor site appearance is acceptable at 2 years follow-up Hand Transplantation as an Evolution of Microsurgery Level 4: Functional Free Flap These microsurgical operations allow the restoration of a particular function that has been damaged or lost due to trauma or cancer (Figs.

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