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Perioperative and Postoperative Antithrombotic Agents

  • Hiroshi Ono

Abstract

Thirty-five years have passed since Komatsu and Tamai performed a replantation of a completely severed left thumb in July 1965 [1], and 25 years or more have passed since the first clinically successful free tissue transfer by microsurgery was reported by McLean et al. in 1972 [2]. Since these procedures were introduced, operating microscopes and microinstrumentation have become sophisticated, and the survival rate has accordingly steadily increased.

Keywords

Thrombotic Occlusion Free Tissue Transfer Microvascular Anastomosis Anti Thrombotic Agent Free Flap Surgery 
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