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J Unexplored Med Data 0;5:[Accepted]. jumd-2023/jumd.2023.16
Lymphatic Reconstruction with Vascularized Lymph Vessel Flap: Lymph-Interpositional-Flap Transfer (LIFT)
Correspondence Address: Amy Ma, OAE, OAE, , China. E-mail:email@example.com
Received: 20 Nov 2023 | Accepted: 20 Nov 2023 | First online: 20 Nov 2023
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Lymph node transfer (LNT) and lymphatic anastomosis have become popular in lymphatic reconstructive surgery. However, lymphatic anastomosis requires supermicrosurgical techniques, and LNT has a significant risk of donor site lymphedema. To address these drawbacks, lymph-interpositional-flap transfer (LIFT), a new lymphatic reconstruction method without lymph node transfer or supermicrosurgical techniques has been introduced.
Lymphedema, supermicrosurgery, indocyanine green lymphography, Lymphatic reconstruction
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Ma A. Lymphatic Reconstruction with Vascularized Lymph Vessel Flap: Lymph-Interpositional-Flap Transfer (LIFT). J Unexplored Med Data 2023;0:[Accept]. http://dx.doi.org/
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