musculocutaneous

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musculocutaneous

[¦məs·kyə·lō·kyü′tā·nē·əs]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to muscles and skin.
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17) They found that the risk of a pharyngocutaneous fistula was associated with the use of a pectoralis major myocutaneous flap to reconstruct the neopharynx, primary disease in the piriform sinus, and extensive soft-tissue infiltration.
Caption: Figure 2 Intraoperative photo of a right below knee amputation showing slay of foot with intact myocutaneous tissue flap before envelope closure.
However, the operation and anaesthesia times associated with bilateral RRM and immediate reconstruction with bilateral myocutaneous flaps are substantial, and there is greater opportunity for peri-operative and postoperative complications than with implant-based surgery.
Gracilis myocutaneous flap for the coverage of an extensive scrotoperineal defect and protection of the ruptured urethra and testes.
While the concept of pedicled myocutaneous flaps in reconstructive surgery is not new, in our review of the literature, the technique presented in this case has not yet been reported.
Muscle or myocutaneous flaps are frequently used to repair defects of the chest wall alone or in conjunction with rigid replacements.
This paper describes the Emory University experience of radiotherapy following a pedicled transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous (TRAM) flap breast reconstruction.
Lesions located on the myocutaneous lid margin are a poor prognostic sign.
The most common type of autogeneous tissue (from one's own body) reconstruction is the pedicled transverse rectus abdominus myocutaneous (TRAM) flap.
Auricular reconstruction with a postauricular myocutaneous island flap: Flip-flop flap.
Genital elephantiasis: reconstructive treatment of penoscrotal lymphoedema with a myocutaneous M.
Supplementation of L-arginine as a substrate of NO has also been shown to significantly reduce necrosis in random pattern flaps [11] and porcine myocutaneous flaps [12].