Foot Reconstuctive Surgery
- dorsalis pedis flap:
- heel pad reconstruction:
- complications of free flap reconstruction include weight bearing induced ulceration under the heel;
- this may result from poor tailoring of the flap, lack of heel sensation, and poorly fitting shoes.
The V-Y plantar flap for reconstruction of the forefoot.
Muscle transposition in the management of perforating ulcers of the forefoot.
Distally-based random fasciocutaneous flaps for multi-staged reconstruction of defects in the lower third of the leg, ankle and heel.
Management of foot injuries with free-muscle flaps.
The Segmental Rectus Abdominis Free Flap for Ankle and Foot Reconstruction.
Discussion: The Segmental Rectus Abdominis Free Flap for Ankle and Foot Reconstruction.
Free composite groin flap and vascularized external oblique aponeurosis for traumatic avulsion injuries of the foot.
Transposition of the tendo calcaneus for post-traumatic bone defects of the tibia.
Microvascular Reconstruction of the Foot: Weight-Bearing Patterns, Gait Analysis, and Long-Term Follow-Up.
Mechanical properties of heel pads reconstructed with flaps.
Amputations at the middle level of the foot. A retrospective and prospective review.
Reconstruction of a traumatic hallux amputation using a plantar V-Y advancement flap.
Amputation of the great toe. A clinical and biomechanical study.
The modified Chopart's amputation.
Syme amputation. An evaluation of the physical and psychological function in young patients.
Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.
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