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Saphenous vein graft with mechanisms of "anchor-pipe" and pressure "step-down" to ensure the use of carotid artery as recipient for free flap transfer in vessels-depleted neck.

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Summary of "Saphenous vein graft with mechanisms of "anchor-pipe" and pressure "step-down" to ensure the use of carotid artery as recipient for free flap transfer in vessels-depleted neck."

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Name: Microsurgery
ISSN: 1098-2752
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