angiosome

an·gi·o·some

(an'jē-ō-sōm),
Composite anatomic vascular territories of skin and underlying muscles, tendons, nerves, and bones, based on segmental or distributing arteries.

an·gi·o·some

(an'je-ō-sōm)
Composite anatomic vascular territories of skin and underlying muscles, tendons, nerves, and bones, based on segmental or distributing arteries.

an·gi·o·some

(an'je-ō-sōm)
Composite anatomic vascular territories of skin and underlying muscles, tendons, nerves, and bones, based on segmental or distributing arteries.
References in periodicals archive ?
However, one of the problems with axial flaps is that the technique requires an angiosome, containing an artery and a vein, while subdermal flaps may be created from any cutaneous region of the skin.
For axial tubes, the width is dependent on anatomical points that have the donor angiosome.
Revascularization was targeted at the tibial artery supplying the area of tissue loss using the angiosome model.
Use of the angiosome concept in flap tailoring [39], offers the best possible postoperative results by providing the maximum amount of tissue to be harvested in a relatively safe fashion.
The developers of the Eclipse believe that by avoiding an anterior incision, which is required for nearly all TARs, they avoid crossing the angiosome of the anterior skin of the ankle and thereby hope to avoid postoperative skin complications.
C) The lateral extensions of GPA and its angiosome are defined sharply on the midline of the alveolar ridge.
The vascular anatomy and angiosome of the posterior auricular artery.