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Local Hand Flaps Summer Anatomy Lab July 25, 2013 Jennifer Klok.

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1 Local Hand Flaps Summer Anatomy Lab July 25, 2013 Jennifer Klok

2 Reconstructive Ladder Healing by secondary intention Primary closure Skin graft Local flap Regional flap Free flap

3 Cross-Finger Flap Design: ▫Skin and subcutanous tissue ▫Designed over dorsal aspect middle phalynx Vascular supply: ▫Dorsal digital artery ▫Digital perforators

4 Cross-Finger Flap Clinical Applications ▫Coverage of volar aspect of adjacent digits’ middle phalangeal area ▫Distal digital tip coverage ▫Volar oblique fingertip amputations with exposed bone or tendon

5 Anatomy Dorsal Digital Artery (1mm) ▫Dorsal skin distal to the distal proximal phalynx depends on perforating branches from digital arteries ▫Course through Cleland’s ligament ▫Supplies the flap Digital Perforators passing dorsally around finger ( mm)

6 Design and Markings Designed with base adjacent to injured finger ▫Proximal and distal flap marked transversely ▫Connect these with a longitudinal line just dorsal to mid-axis of dorsum of finger ▫3-sided rectangle Incisions made to encompass whole surface of middle phalynx

7 Volar finger defects

8 Dissection 1.Incise skin based on markings down to SC fat until loose areolar plane 2.Elevate flap in this plane, taking care to leave the paratenon behind 3.Dissect to Cleland’s ligament; may need to divide ligament to increase pedicle length 4.Cover donor site with skin graft 5.Inset flap 6.Divide flap 2-3 weeks later

9 Fingertip Defects

10 Reverse Cross-Finger Flap For adjacent dorsal digital wound coverage ▫Elevate flap in subdermal plane ▫Adipofascial flap to cover dorsal defect

11 Thenar Flap To cover defects on the index and long fingers Green’s: ▫“Use where preservation of length is considered important and other techniques that have less potential for complications are not applicable”

12 Thenar Flap

13 1.Donor site found by taking tip of index or ring finger and placing it against thenar eminance 2.Draw circle around area of contact 3.Draw H or curved incision at this point 4.Elevate flaps in subcutaneous plane 5.Inset flap 6.Divide in days  For the H flap, the proximal flap covers the finger defect and distal flap advanced to cover donor

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15 Points about the Thenar Flap To avoid potential for joint stiffness or unsightly scar in donor area: 1.Design flap near the MP crease of the thumb; avoid the midpalmar area 2.Fully flex the MP joint with whatever amount of flexion is required in the IP joints of the recipient finger 3.Detach pedicle days post-op and start immediate AROM

16 First Dorsal Metacarpal Artery Flap Classification: ▫Type A fasciocutaneous flap ▫From dorsal skin over proximal phalynx (FDMA) Clinical Applications: ▫For defects in the thumb

17 Dominant Pedicle: ▫First dorsal metacarpal artery (FDMA) Minor Pedicle: ▫Cutaneous perforators of the FDMA Nerve Supply: ▫Dorsal sensory branches of the radial and ulnar nerves FDMA

18 Anatomy Dorsal metacarpal arteries ▫From dorsal carpal arch formed from dorsal carpal arteries ▫Gives rise to 4 dorsal metacarpal arteries  These course over dorsal interosseous muscles  Communicates with deep palmar arch ▫Proximal to web space divides into 2 dorsal digital branches ▫Then divide into terminal branches midway along proximal phalynx

19 Anatomy The first dorsal metacarpal artery (FDMA) tends to be a discrete terminal branch of the radial artery rather than arising directly from that dorsal carpal arch ▫Found in the first intermetacarpal space, just distal to the extensor pollicis longus tendon Supplies the dorsum of the thumb and radial side of the index finger

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21 Flap Markings From MCP joint to the PIP joint of index Radial & ulnar borders 1 st the midlateral lines on either side of digit

22 Flap Dissection 1.Incision in 1 st dorsal web space, down to FDMA 2.Elevate flap distal to proximal, just above paratenon 3.Fascia and fat adjacent to 2 nd metacarpal kept intact to protect vessels 4.Transfer and inset flap 5.Cover donor with skin graft

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