Perforator Flaps: Anatomy, Technique, & Clinical Applications, Second Edition

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The first edition of Perforator Flaps: Anatomy, Technique, & Clinical Applications was a bestseller that sold out of its initial printing. This new edition has been updated to include ten new chapters and extensive updates on all existing chapters.

Many new developments have taken place in the field, including the use of local perforator flaps, including free-style propeller flaps as well as the distal-based sural flap, which is effective for the lower extremity especially ...

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Overview

The first edition of Perforator Flaps: Anatomy, Technique, & Clinical Applications was a bestseller that sold out of its initial printing. This new edition has been updated to include ten new chapters and extensive updates on all existing chapters.

Many new developments have taken place in the field, including the use of local perforator flaps, including free-style propeller flaps as well as the distal-based sural flap, which is effective for the lower extremity especially when microsurgical skills are unavailable. The editors, leading reconstructive surgeons and pioneers in the field of perforator flap surgery, have assembled a group of world-renowned experts who discuss perforator anatomy and clinical indications for the use of these flaps.

The book outlines techniques for flap harvest, from the most basic to the highly advanced. Accompanying the book are four supplemental DVDs that demonstrate actual operating procedures.

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Reviewer:Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, MD(Bridgeport Hospital)
Description:Civilizations have advanced medical knowledge through the intimate understanding of anatomy. Dr. Blondeel and his associate editors have built upon this foundation a considerable storehouse of information on perforator flaps and have successfully condensed this whole story into a two-volume set. Perforator flaps used by reconstructive surgeons are the backbone of the restoration process. The editors and authoritative authors take readers through the anatomy, techniques needed for harvesting, and the clinical applications of these vascularized flaps.
Purpose:The editors submit that by enhancing one's knowledge and understanding of perforator flaps, surgeons will be able to gain access to a whole array of novel reconstructive options. Their goal is to provide all currently available information about perforator flaps in a comprehensive format. They have admirably hit the mark.
Audience:Authored by leading experts in the field, this is a didactic experience for reconstructive surgeons and more specifically for those delving into the microscopic phase of flap reconstruction. Far from a basic how-to-do-it text, this book is targeted to those with advanced training. This is not to say that students in the reconstructive area, plastic surgeons, head and neck surgeons, or hand surgeons cannot also find this book educational.
Features:An accompanying DVD brings the viewer through the surgical harvestings of four perforator flaps. These techniques can then be readily adapted to the processing and procurement of other flaps. The text is organized into fourparts, each with multiple chapters and all using a uniform writing style despite the multitude of authors. Part one focuses upon fundamentals of perforator flap surgery which includes anatomy, physiology, techniques, planning, and complications. Part two is a guide to obtaining flaps by region of the body. Part three is a clinical guide to how these flaps may be used in reconstruction. Part four is "an amalgam of unusual, unique or futuristic topics." Copious illustrations and color photographs adorn the pages of both books. Nomenclature of perforator flaps has been standardized throughout and even printed inside the book cover for those in need of a rapid name reorientation. Pertinent references end each chapter.
Assessment:Every so often there are books that are not mere regurgitations of previous publications. This one is a fusion of relevant knowledge from the past and the present and concludes with insights into what is in store in the future of flap reconstruction.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781576263174
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 7/1/2013
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1486
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 11.30 (h) x 2.80 (d)

Table of Contents

VOLUME I
Fundamentals
History of Perforator Flap Surgery; Steven F. Morris, Alejandro Maciel-Miranda, Geoffrey G. Hallock
Vascular Territories of the Integument; Steven F. Morris, G. Ian Taylor
Perforator Flaps: Overview, Classification, and Nomenclature; Peter C. Neligan, Phillip N. Blondeel, Steven F. Morris, Geoffrey G. Hallock
Anatomic Techniques; Maolin Tang, Daping Yang, Christopher R. Geddes, Steven F. Morris
Instructional Models for Dissection Techniques of Perforator Flaps; Shuji Kayano, Geoffrey G. Hallock, David C. Rice, Masahiro Nakagawa
Preoperative Planning; Jaume Masia, Carmen Navarro Coll, Juan A. Clavero Torrent, Phillip N. Blondeel
Technical Aspects of Perforator Flap Dissection; Phillip N. Blondeel
Avoiding Complications; Phillip N. Blondeel, Peter C. Neligan
Perforator Flaps in Children; Koenraad Van Landuyt, Colin M. Morrison
Regional Flaps: Anatomy and Surgical Technique
Head and Neck
Vascular Anatomy of the Integument of the Head and Neck; Daping Yang, Maolin Tang, Christopher R. Geddes, Steven F. Morris
Temporoparietal Artery Perforator Flap; Willy Boeckx
Facial Artery Perforator Flap; Stefan O. P. Hofer
Facial Artery Musculomucosal Flap; Stephen M. Warren, Julian J. Pribaz
Submental Artery Perforator Flap; Jeong Tae Kim
Upper Extremity
Vascular Supply of the Integument of the Upper Extremity; Binu Prathap Thomas, Christopher R. Geddes, Maolin Tang, Steven F. Morris
Lateral Arm Perforator Flap; Michel Saint-Cyr, Luis R. Scheker
Posterior Interosseous Artery Perforator Flap; Minoru Shibata
Ulnar Artery Perforator Flap; Daping Yang, Ammar S. Al Dhamin, Steven F. Morris
Radial Artery Perforator Flap; Daping Yang, Jenny Fei Yang, Steven F. Morris
Hand Flaps; Michel Saint-Cyr, Amit Gupta
Trunk
Anatomy of the Integument of the Trunk; Christopher R. Geddes, Maolin Tang, Daping Yang, Steven F. Morris
Thoracoacromial Artery Perforator Flap; Geoffrey G. Hallock, Steven F. Morri
Internal Mammary Artery Perforator Flap; Peter C. Neligan
Superior Epigastric Artery Perforator Flap; Tetsuji Uemura, Geoffrey G. Hallock
Deep Inferior Epigastric Artery Perforator Flap; Phillip N. Blondeel, Rossella Sgarzani, Colin M. Morrison
Superficial Inferior Epigastric Artery Perforator Flap; Milomir Ninkovic, Charlotte Holm
Deep Circumflex Iliac Artery Perforator Flap with Iliac Crest; Yoshihiro Kimata
Supeficial Circumflex Iliac Artery Perforator Flap; Isao Koshima, Takumi Yamamoto, Mitsunaga Narushima, Makoto M. Mihara
Circuflex Scapular Artery Perforator Flap; Patricio Andrades, Geoffrey G. Hallock
Dorsal Scapular Artery Perforator Flap; Claudio Angrigiani, Filip B. Stillaert
Thoracodorsal Artery Perforator Flap; Koenraad Van Landuyt, Colin M. Morrison
Intercostal and Lumbar Artery Perforator Flaps; Vani Prasad, Steven F. Morris, Geoffrey G. Hallock, Phillip N. Blondeel
Superior Gluteal Artery Perforator Flap; Robert J. Allen, Sr., James L. Mayo, Robert Johnson Allen, Jr., Maria M. LoTempio
Inferior Gluteal Artery Perforator Flap; Robert J. Allen, Sr., James L. Mayo, Robert Johnson Allen, Jr., Maria M. LoTempio
VOLUME II
Lower Extremity
Anatomy of the Integument of the Lower Extremity; Christopher R. Geddes, Maolin Tang, Daping Yang, Steven F. Morris
Lateral Circumflex Femoral Artery—Tensor Fascia Lata Perforator Flap; Naohiro Kimura
Lateral Circumflex Femoral Artery—Vastus Lateralis Perforator Flap; Samir Mardini, Karen Kim Evans, Chih-Hung Lin, Fu-Chan Wei
Medial Circumflex Femoral Artery Perforator Flap: The Medial Groin Flap; David C. Rice, Geoffrey G. Hallock
Anteromedial Thigh Perforator Flap; Joon Pio Hong
Profunda Femoris Artery Perforator Flap; Reza Ahmadzadeh, Michael J. Miller, Joan E. Lipa, Steven F. Morris
Adductor Perforator Flap; Claudio Angrigiani
Descending Genicular Artery Perforator Flap: Saphenous Flap; David W. Mathes
Sural Artery Perforator Flap; Kazufumi Sano, Geoffrey G. Hallock, David C. Rice
Posterior Tibial Artery Perforator Flap: The Medial Leg Flap; Geoffrey G. Hallock, David C. Rice
Peroneal Artery Perforator Flap; Reza Ahmadzadeh, Klaus-Dietrich Wolff, Steven F. Morris
Distally Based Sural Artery Flap; Mohammad M. Al-Qattan
Anterior Tibial Artery Perforator Flap; Isao Koshima, Narushi Sugiyama, Shigeko Ushio, Misako Fujitsu
Medial Plantar Artery Perforator Flaps with Emphasis on the Medialis Pedis Flap; Hung-Chi Chen, Anita A. Liem, Samir Mardini
Clinical Applications
Head and Neck
Flap Options and Technical Considerations in the Head and Neck; Peter C. Neligan
Scalp Reconstruction; Peter C. Neligan
Midface Reconstruction; Peter C. Neligan
Oral Cavity Reconstruction; Patrick J. Gullane, Peter C. Neligan, Christine B. Novak
Pharyngoesophageal Reconstruction; Patrick J. Gullane, Christine B. Novak, Peter C. Neligan
Propeller Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction; Musa Mateev, Peter C. Neligan
Upper Extremity
Flap Options and Technical Considerations in the Upper Extremity; Steven F. Morris, Amit Gupta, Michel Saint-Cyr
Shoulder and Upper Arm Reconstruction; Michel Saint-Cyr, Amit Gupta, Steven F. Morris
Elbow and Forearm Reconstruction; Michel Saint-Cyr, Amit Gupta, Steven F. Morris
Hand Reconstruction; S. Raja Sabapathy, Michel Saint-Cyr, Steven F. Morris
Trunk
Flap Options and Technical Considerations in the Trunk; Phillip N. Blondeel
Autologous Breast Reconstruction; Phillip N. Blondeel, Rossella Sgarzani, John B. Hijjawi
Chest Wall Reconstruction; Phillip N. Blondeel, Peter C. Neligan, Colin M. Morrison
Back Reconstruction; Frederick J. Duffy, Jr.
Cutaneous Coverage of the Abdominal Wall; Geoffrey G. Hallock, Peter C. Neligan
Perforator Flaps in Pelvic Reconstruction; Peter C. Neligan, Phillip N. Blondeel
Perineogenital Reconstruction; Philippe Houtmeyers, Niri Niranjan, Stan J. Monstrey
Lower Extremity
Flap Options and Technical Considerations in the Lower Extremity; Geoffrey G. Hallock
Perforator Flaps for Thigh Reconstruction; Geoffrey G. Hallock
Knee and Proximal Lower Leg Reconstruction; Geoffrey G. Hallock
Middle and Distal Leg Reconstruction; Geoffrey G. Hallock, Naohiro Kimura
Foot and Ankle Reconstruction; Geoffrey G. Hallock
Propeller Flaps of the Lower Extremity; Tiew Chong Teo
Controversies and Future Directions
Free-Style Free Flaps; Samir Mardini, Faisal M. Al-Mufarrej, Seng-Feng Jeng, Fu-Chan Wei
Fascial Feeders; Niri Niranjan, Ashish Davalbhakta
Microdissection and Tailoring of the Ultrathin Perforator Flap; Naohiro Kimura
How to Use CT Angiography and MR Angiography for Safe Microdissection; Warren M. Rozen, Mark W. Ashton
Definition and Nomenclature of Propeller Flaps; Rei Ogawa, Hiko Hyakusoku
Vascularized Groin Lymph Node Flap for Treatment of Lymphedema; Ming-Huei Cheng, Dung H. Nguyen, Jung-Ju Huang
The Superthin Flap: The Concept of the Subdermal Vascular Network Flap; Hiko Hyakusoku, Rei Ogawa
Supermicrosurgery and Perforator-to-Perforator Free Flaps; Isao Koshima, Misako Fujitsu, Narushi Sugiyama
Closing Thoughts; Phillip N. Blondeel, Steven F. Morris, Geoffrey G. Hallock, Peter C. Neligan
Appendix
Territories of Perforator Flaps by Source Vessel, with References; Debra A. Lutz, Geoffrey G. Hallock
Index

VIDEO CONTENTS
On Video 1
The Sacred Heart−Allentown Method of Perforator Dissection; Geoffrey G. Hallock
The Pedicled Posterior Interosseous Artery Flap; Minoru Shibata
A Simple Approach for Harvesting the Quaba Flap; Michel Saint-Cyr
The Deep Superior Epigastric Artery Perforator Flap; Geoffrey G. Hallock
The Superior Epigastric Artery Perforator Flap for Chest Wall Reconstruction; Tetsuji Uemura
On Video 2
How to Perform a Deep Inferior Epigastric Artery Perforator Flap Safely; Phillip N. Blondeel
The Crossdorsal Scapular Flap; Claudio Angrigiani
The Thoracodorsal Artery Perforator Flap; Koenraad Van Landuyt
The Lumbar Artery Perforator Propeller Flap for Spine Coverage; Geoffrey G. Hallock
On Video 3
The Lateral Circumflex Femoral Artery Perforator Flap; Peter C. Neligan
The Lateral Circumflex Femoral Artery Perforator Flap: Suprafascial Approach; Peter C. Neligan
The Medial Groin Flap: The Medial Circumflex Femoral Artery—Gracilis Perforator Flap; Geoffrey G. Hallock
The Adductor Perforator Flap; Claudio Angrigiani
The Medial Sural Artery Perforator Pedicled and Free Flap; Geoffrey G. Hallock
Local Perforator Advancement Flap: A Backup Option When the Planned Propeller Flap Proves Impossible; Geoffrey G. Hallock
A Simple Approach for Harvesting the Anterolateral Thigh Flap; Michel Saint-Cyr
Shaping the DIEAP Flap in Secondary Breast Reconstruction; Phillip N. Blondeel
The Free Lumbar Artery Perforator (LAP) Flap; Phillip N. Blondeel
On Video 4
Pelvic Reconstruction; Phillip N. Blondeel
The Propeller Flap for Lower Limb Reconstruction; Tiew Chong Teo
Microdissection Technique; Naohiro Kimura
The Left Vascularized Groin Lymph Node (VGLN) Flap Transfer to the Right Elbow; Ming-Huei Cheng
Supermicrosurgical Lymphaticovenular Anastomosis; Isao Koshima
Appendix to the First Edition; Debra A. Lutz, Geoffrey G. Hallock

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  • Posted October 12, 2014

    This is the comprehensive textbook on perforator flaps. It goes

    This is the comprehensive textbook on perforator flaps.
    It goes through the Gent concensus for perforator flap definition and classification. The illustrations and explanations are adequate and the anatomical diagrams and pictures are easy to follow.They cover the whole gamut of perforator flaps including freestyle flaps. The book provides ideas for the reconstructive microsurgeon who can then tailor the flap accordingly. With more and more emphasis on reducing patient morbidity and reducing operative time- more and more surgeons will resort to perforator flaps in lieu of traditional myocutaneous free flaps. I felt the DVD demonstrations could have been a little more comprehensive but it was good overall.This book should be on every plastic surgeon's or resident in training's bookshelf.

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