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Monday Free Flaps I
Monday PM - Free Flaps II
Anterolateral thigh flap,
Dorsalis pedis flap,
Free toe flaps.
Tuesday AM - Upper Limb
Lateral arm flap (including the distally based flap),
Posterior interosseous flap,
Radial forearm flap (proximally based/distally based/free),
Quaba and Maruyama flaps,
Finger flaps: (cross finger, Evans/V to Y advancement, Atasoy, Kutler, Moberg).
Tuesday PM - Lower Limb
Posterior thigh flap,
Hamstring and biceps femoris flaps,
Saphenous flap, Sural artery flap (distally based),
Gastrocnemius flap, Soleus flap, Medial plantar flap,
Tensor fascia lata flap,
Wednesday AM - Trunk
Latissimus dorsi flap,
Serratus anterior flap,
Gluteus maximus flaps S-GAP,
Gluteus medius flaps I-GAP.
Wednesday PM - Trunk
Perforator flaps: ( LICAP, LTAP, MICAP, AICAP, TDAP )
Rectus abdominis flaps: ( VRAM, TRAM, DIEP)
Thursday AM - Head and Neck I
Temporal flaps (Superficial Temporal Fascia, Deep Temporal Fascia and Temporalis),
Forehead flap (Supratrochlear artery flap),
Bilobed flaps to nose,
Lip flaps: (Abbe, Abbe-Estlander on one side, Karapandzic, Fan flap)
Thursday PM - Head and Neck II
Pectoralis major flap,
Pectoralis minor flap,
RECOMMENDED PREPARATION FOR THE FLAP COURSE
To derive the most benefit from the week, it is advised that the participant is aware of the uses and anatomical landmarks for raising the flaps. After registration for the course a password will be issued to access the online version of the Flap Manual. The participant should become familiar with the flaps described. During the surgery a printed version will be made available, as well as a memory stick containing the popular flaps.
It is clear from past experience that there is a wide range of speciality interest of participants who attend the course, and often there is a preference to carry out only a small number of relevant flaps in some cases. The flap course is ideal in offering only two participants per half of the cadaver, so the opportunity to dissect particular flaps is possible with the assistance of the partner. We recommend however that all modules are attended to maximise the dissection opportunities.
All cadavers are fresh frozen cadavers, using the most modern imaging and dissection instruments.
It is advisable that you bring magnifying loupes with you to facilitate dissection of free, perforator and small flaps.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Secretary to Mr M Erdmann details found on the contact link.
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