Muscle Transplantation

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783709186206
  • Publisher: Springer Vienna
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1981
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 6.69 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 0.67 (d)

Table of Contents

Muscle Transplantation and Regeneration.- The Biology of Muscle Transplantation.- Discussion.- The Muscle Satellite Cell and Its Role in Muscle Transplantation (A Short Review).- Number of Satellite Cells and Muscle Regeneration.- Discussion.- The Functional Recovery of Minced Muscles.- Skeletal Muscle Transplantation in Cats With and Without Nerve Repair.- Discussion.- Summary.- Muscle Transplantation in Experimental Surgery.- Experimental Basis for Free Muscle Transplantation.- Discussion.- Experimental Studies on Factors Influencing Muscle Transplantation.- Discussion.- An Early Report of Free Muscle Grafts in Rabbits.- Discussion.- The Relevance of Preliminary Denervation in Muscle Transplantation.- Discussion.- Experimental Investigations Concerning Muscle Function.- Discussion.- Tissue Tolerance and Muscular Degeneration and Regeneration After Ischemia.- Discussion.- Stimulation of Striated Muscles for Biological Energy Supply.- Methods of Muscular Electrostimulation.- Discussion.- Myoplastic Operations in Facial Palsy.- Dynamic Reanimation for Facial Paralysis—A Survey.- Discussion.- Free Skeletal Muscle Transfer With Microneurovascular Anastomoses.- Discussion.- Our Experience With Free Muscle Nerve Graft in Facial Palsy.- Discussion.- Restoration of Emotional Expression to the Unilaterally Paralysed Face.- Discussion.- Experience With Thompson’s Free Muscle Grafts.- The Treatment of Facial Palsy With Free Revascularised and Reinnervated Muscle Grafts.- Discussion.- Muscular Neurotisation in Ophthalmology — A New Method to Treat Pareses of Extraocular Muscles.- Negative Experiences With Free Muscle Grafts to the Cheek in Patients With Facial Paralysis.- Treatment of Facial Paralysis With Free Autogenous Muscle Transplants.- Use of Muscle in Head and Neck Reconstruction.- Discussion.- Summary.- Myoplastic Operations for Sphincter Reconstruction, Upper Extremity and Other Regions.- Treatment of Anal and Urinary Incontinence With Free Muscle Transplants.- Discussion.- Myoplastic Operations for Anal Sphincter Reconstruction.- Discussion.- Free Smooth Muscle Transplantation.- Discussion.- Sphincter Substitutes in Ostomies—Indications, Technique, Results.- Experimental and Anatomical Basis for Reconstruction of Anal Sphincter Musculature Employing Gracilis Muscle Grafts With Intact Neurovascular Supply.- Discussion.- Transplantation of the Rectus femoris Muscle.- Discussion.- Problems of Direct Neurotization.- Discussion.- Direct Neurotization of Severely Damaged and Denervated Muscles.- A Proposal for the Use of the Tensor fasciae latae Muscle as a Free Microneurovascular Graft.- Discussion.- Muscle Plastic in Subcutaneous Mastectomies by Use of the Latissimus dorsi Muscle.- Pressure Sores and Myocutaneous Flaps.

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