'Blood letting' technique with externalized microvascular anastomotic coupler: a salvage option to release intraoperative venous congestion of propeller flap
AffiliationDepartment of Plastic Surgery, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, United Kingdom
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CitationTsapralis N, Pham H, Vlachogiorgos A, Kosutic D. "Blood letting" technique with externalized microvascular anastomotic coupler: a salvage option to release intraoperative venous congestion of propeller flap. Microsurgery. 2018 Dec 19.
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