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The anatomic basis of a free vascularized bone graft based on the canine distal ulna


, : The anatomic basis of a free vascularized bone graft based on the canine distal ulna. Veterinary Surgery 23(6): 529-533

The anatomy of the canine distal ulna was evaluated to determine its potential as a free vascularized bone graft. Twelve cadavers were studied by gross dissection and nonselective and selective angiography.

Accession: 002709798

PMID: 7871715

DOI: 10.1111/j.1532-950x.1994.tb00514.x

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