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Clinical Applications

  • Yoshitake Kino
  • Kikuo Kondoh
  • Kiyoshi Suzuki

Abstract

The term primary reconstruction was first introduced in 1960 by McCormack, who thoroughly analyzed and diagnosed press injuries and crush wounds at primary repair and performed primary reconstruction appropriate for the injuries in the era before microsurgery. He applied the term “primary reconstruction” to the reconstructive procedure that improves functional acquisition at primary repair.

Keywords

Femoral Head Free Flap Intercostal Nerve Fibular Graft Anterior Tibial Artery 
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