cirugía de la mano

Fantozzi, F.
European Journal of Plastic Surgery, October 2017, Volume 40, Issue 5, pp 457–464

portada - EJPS - Vol. 35 (2012)Fat grafting has been successfully used for reconstructive and esthetic surgery of the breast, face, and other body parts. In this article, we present our protocol for hand fat grafting and over a decade of clinical experience.
Fat tissue is obtained from the flanks, peri-umbilical region, or internal side of the thigh or knee. No centrifuge machine is used to prevent fat damage. After decantation, fat is injected into the dorsum of the hand using a cannula from the wrist and not from the fingers. Fat is distributed gently above the dorsal deep fascia to avoid perforation of the vessels.

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Yun-Nan, L. et als.
Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery; Artículo en prensa: Prueba corregida

portada - JPRAS - Vol. 71; No. 2 (2018)Rejuvenation of the dorsal surface of the hand for various conditions, such as cutaneous dyschromia, fine wrinkling, skin laxity, visible extensor tendons, and varicosities appear vital to prevent wrist and digit flexion resulting from hiding of the aged appearance of the hand. Numerous fillers have been applied to re-contour the aging dorsal surface of the hand and the results were variable. The micro-autologous fat transplantation (MAFT) technique, proposed by Lin et al. in 2006, has demonstrated its feasibility in facial rejuvenation. In this study, we applied the MAFT technique for the rejuvenation of the dorsal portion of the hand.

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Tao Wang, Z. et als.
Clinics in Plastic Surgery, 2017-04-01, Volúmen 44, Número 2, Páginas 211-231

portada - Clinics in Plastic Surgery - Vol. 44; No. 2 (2017)This article presents the authors’ understanding and experience concerning anatomic studies and clinical methods in microsurgical hand reconstruction. The 4 parts of this article include anatomic study of the hand for developing new flaps; application of miniflaps from the hand, including clinical experience with 8 unique flaps in the hand; anatomic and clinical considerations concerning several flaps from other parts of the human body and the experience with vascularized free toe joint transfer.

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