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The study of peroneal artery variations aforethought for free fibular flap

Author: JAY THAKKAR, DR.BHAURAO BAKANE, DR.PREETI THUTE, DR. PRACHI PALSODKAR
Abstract: Background: The fibula and its vascularised part with peroneal artery (Free Fibular Flap) acting as living bone graft forms the benchmark for microsurgical mandibular reconstruction. Vascular anatomy of the flap has a significant role in determining the surgical approach for FFF. Therefore, understanding various anatomical patterns of vasculature of lower limb is important in planning and harvesting of the free ?bular ?ap (FFF) that would help avoid ischemia of the flap due to loss of vasculature while obtaining the flap. Objectives: 1. Determine course of peroneal artery. 2. Measure the length between head of fibula and peroneal branching from tibioperoneal trunk. 3. Measure the diameter of peroneal artery at its origin. 4. To measure the length of fibula. Methodology: 1. Dissection will be done on the popliteal fossa and leg upto the heel, and the peroneal artery would be looked for and traced along its normal course. 2. Variations in the course of peroneal artery along with its variations in supply in leg, diameter of peroneal artery and length of fibula and distance of head of fibula to site of origin of peroneal artery will be recorded. 3. Analysis of the data will be done. 4. Results and Conclusion thereof. Results: The results of the study is likely to conclude different variations in the peroneal artery in different aspects vascularising the fibular flap. Conclusion: The variations in the peroneal artery plays significant role on how the fibular flap is accessed upon by the surgeon ensuring it is not ischemised.
Keyword: Peroneal artery, free fibular flap, tibioperoneal trunk, popliteal fossa
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.01.202
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