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Category: Plastic Surgery--->Basic principles and basic science
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Question 6#Print Question

According to Mathes and Nahai:

a. The posterior interosseous artery flap is a Type C fasciocutaneous flap
b. The lateral arm flap is a Type C fasciocutaneous flap
c. The scapular flap is a Type C fasciocutaneous flap
d. The deltopectoral flap is a Type C fasciocutaneous flap
e. None of the above is true


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With regards to toe-to-hand transfer:

a. The dominant blood supply to the great toe is the first plantar metatarsal artery in 25% of cases and the first dorsal metatarsal artery in 75% of cases
b. A metacarpal hand results when all its fingers have been amputated proximal to the proximal phalanx, with or without thumb involvement
c. Repair of the toe extensor tendon(s) in the hand should be performed after an accurate finger cascade has been achieved by flexor tendon repair(s)
d. When reconstructing a Type IIC metacarpal hand by toe-to-hand transplantations, finger reconstruction should usually precede thumb reconstruction
e. Nicoladoni was the first to report pedicled great toe-to-hand transfer


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Regarding free tissue transfer:

a. According to Koshima, supramicrosurgery (or supermicrosurgery) is defined as microvascular dissection and anastomosis of vessels measuring less than 0.5mm
b. In 1960, Jacobson and Suarez reported successful experimental microvascular anastomoses as small as 0.9mm in diameter
c. The first successful free tissue transfer in humans was performed in America
d. Taylor is credited with the first description of the free fibula osteocutaneous flap
e. None of the above is true


Question 9#Print Question

The dominant type of collagen in tendon is:

a. Type I
b. Type II
c. Type V
d. Type IV
e. Type III
Question 10#Print Question

The dorsal artery of the penis is immediately deep to which anatomical layer?

a. Skin
b. Tunica albuginea
c. Buck fascia
d. Dartos fascia
e. Tunica vaginalis




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