Every four years, the Olympics return, and the Olympic motto of altius, citius, fortius can be heard again in allies might. High level sport is fun to watch, but harder to participate in. Modern Olympic athletes are the best of the best, are gifted, and have dedicated good part of their life to achieve athletic excellence. All this comes at a stiff price: they may suffer from a greater incidence of injury.
This series of articles gathers a series of international experts to give their well-researched views on some of the topics close to our hearts, and, we hope, to the hearts of our readers.
Modified donor blood flow-preserved cross-leg anterolateral thigh flap procedure for complex lower extremity reconstruction
Complex lower limb reconstruction due to severe trauma remains a challenge for reconstructive surgeons. Here, we introduce a modified donor blood flow-preserved cross-leg anterolateral thigh flap procedure and...