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|Title:||The Brunelli reversed flow pedicle flap from the thumb||Authors:||Kumar, V.P.
|Issue Date:||Dec-1996||Citation:||Kumar, V.P., Satku, K., Liu, J. (1996-12). The Brunelli reversed flow pedicle flap from the thumb. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 98 (7) : 1298-1301. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||A reversed flow pedicle flap based on the dorsoulnar collateral vascular supply to the thumb, originally described by F. Brunelli, was used to cover a large volar defect of the little finger. The versatility of the flap, the possibility of innervation, and minimal donor-site morbidity give it advantages over the simple cross-finger and even the innervated cross-finger flaps.||Source Title:||Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/133814||ISSN:||00321052|
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