Optical sensors for the in vivo assessment of flap perfusion in plastic surgery

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Zaman, T.;
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    mesheuropmc: sense organs

Following mastectomy for breast cancer a wide variety of surgical techniques are currently available for post mastectomy breast reconstruction where autologous tissue is used to construct a natural looking breast. One of the most common types of reconstructive surgeries... View more
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