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Chest wall reconstruction


'Chest wall reconstruction' can also refer to...

Chest wall reconstruction

Cryopreserved biomaterials for chest wall reconstruction

Donor cryopreserved rib allografts for chest wall reconstruction

Chest wall and sternal resection and reconstruction

V-082COMPLEX RECONSTRUCTION OF A LARGE ANTERIOR CHEST WALL DEFECT

Chest wall reconstruction with MatrixRib system: avoiding pitfalls

Is myocutaneous flap alone sufficient for reconstruction of chest wall osteoradionecrosis?

Malignant primary chest-wall tumours: techniques of reconstruction and survival

Reconstruction with fascia lata after extensive chest wall resection: results

P-2663D PRINTING A BONY CHEST WALL FROM COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY-SCAN DATA AS AN ADJUNCT TO PROSTHETIC RECONSTRUCTION AFTER CHEST WALL RESECTION

Complex Reconstruction of a Massive Shoulder and Chest Wall Defect: De-Bone Appétit Flap

A suitable system of reconstruction with titanium rib prosthesis after chest wall resection for Ewing sarcoma

331-ICOMPLETE ANTERIOR CHEST WALL RESECTION AND RECONSTRUCTION FOR LOCALLY ADVANCED BREAST CANCER

124CHEST WALL TUMOURS AND PROSTHETIC RECONSTRUCTION: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME

Reconstruction with a patient-specific titanium implant after a wide anterior chest wall resection

An alternative technique for anterior chest wall reconstruction: the sternal allograft transplantation

Chest wall reconstruction with a latissimus dorsi musculocutaneous flap via the pleural cavity

Chest wall reconstruction with two types of biodegradable polymer prostheses in dogs

Chest wall reconstruction with a titanium rib bridge for post-traumatic parietal hernia

 

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Inspiratory muscles: include sternocleidomastoid and scalene.Expiratory muscles: attach to the lower part of the rib cage. Include rectus abdominus, inferior and exterior oblique. A flail segment with ...

Subjects: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.


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