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Mathematics taking guesswork out of plastic surgery tissue transfer
Date:7/14/2009

s. Then the surgeon will use the software to determine that with this given vasculature, a specific size of tissue can be cut," Friedman said.

Miller, a specialist in breast reconstruction, said the abdomen is a common source for tissue to be transferred because it contains a lot of tissue in a location that allows the resulting scar to be hidden by clothing.

"But theoretically, we can make flaps from anywhere on the body," he said. "The whole body is divided up on this vascular tree. So if you can isolate a flap of tissue on a blood supply, you can remove it and reattach it."


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Contact: Michael Miller
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614-293-8566
Ohio State University
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