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Customized Neovascularized Prefabrication in the Rat

  • Yuichi Hirase

Abstract

Neovascularization is an essential process in natural wound healing, but the precise mechanism of neovascularization is not well understood. On the basis of this unknown consequence of wound healing, the vascular implantation technique can be selected to create customized neovascularized tissue for prefabrication. This concept has been advanced by combination with microsurgical technique to provide customized tissue that specifically meets the size, contour, and tissue type requirements of a given defect.

Keywords

Skin Flap Free Flap Muscle Flap Myocutaneous Flap Inferior Epigastric Artery 
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