Amputation Stump Salvage Using a "Banked" Free-Tissue Transfer.
A free radical forearm flap was salvaged from a nonreplantable amputated extremity and banked on the ipsilateral chest wall. Later, the flap was simply rotated to provide coverage of the proximal humeral stump, eliminating the need for a second microvascular procedure.
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Jennings, J. F., Murphy, R. J., Chernofsky, M. A., & Chowdary, R. P. (1991). Amputation stump salvage using a "banked" free-tissue transfer. Annals Of Plastic Surgery, 27(4), 361-363.
Medicine and Health Sciences | Other Medical Specialties | Plastic Surgery | Surgery
Department of Surgery, Department of Surgery Faculty, Department of Surgery Residents