By Susumu Tamai (auth.), Susumu Tamai M.D., Ph.D., Masamichi Usui M.D., Ph.D., Takae Yoshizu M.D., Ph.D. (eds.)
Since the 1st winning digit replantation in Japan in 1965, the sector of microvascular surgical procedure has swiftly improved all through Japan and the area. Experimental and medical Reconstructive Microsurgery attracts at the adventure of a giant variety of specialists within the parts of experimental microsurgery, limb and digit replantation, and composite tissue transplantation. the result's an intensive monograph overlaying the heritage and destiny clients of microsurgery, crucial microsurgical concepts for laboratory study, and the basic equipment of harvesting tissues and their grafting innovations. as the box of microsurgery encompasses a large variety of medical disciplines, this ebook is a necessary source to all orthopedic, worrying, and plastic surgeons with an curiosity in microsurgery.
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This work has been continued by Hirase and his colleagues [173,174], with several variations of the flap developed in the following years. Harii (1988)  reported technical refinements of free muscle transfer for reanimation of facial paralysis, and Manktelow (1988)  reported on extremity reconstructions, advocating the usefulness of gracilis muscle transfers for the reconstruction of finger flexors and extensors. Fig. 2. Executive members at the Ninth Symposium of the International Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery (ISRM) in Fuji, Japan, 1988.
We repaired two volar arteries and two dorsal veins under a Carl-Zeiss diploscope, and the thumb was revascularized successfully. For the arterial anastomoses we used 8-0 monofilament nylon suture, which was the smallest suture material available at that time. It happened to be a sample given by Jacobson to my late boss, Professor Yutaka Onji, in 1964, when he visited Dr. Jacobson at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York. For the venous anastomoses, we used 7-0 braided silk sutures made by Ethicon, which was also the smallest size commercially available that year.
3b A. The History of Microsurgery The History of Microsurgery SUSUMU TAMAI Pare (1552)  described the first vascular ligature, and in 1759 Hallowell  repaired a wound in the brachial artery by thrusting a pin through the margins of the wound and tying a thread around it. In 1820, Jones  studied the healing process in vascular injuries in animals and stressed the importance of neointima, which had regenerated at the suture site. In 1877, Eck  performed his well-known portacaval shunt operation for portal hypertension.
Experimental and Clinical Reconstructive Microsurgery by Susumu Tamai (auth.), Susumu Tamai M.D., Ph.D., Masamichi Usui M.D., Ph.D., Takae Yoshizu M.D., Ph.D. (eds.)