ESSR 2019 / P-0130
Layered Anatomic Approach: The Quadriceps Muscle Complex Injuries
Congress: ESSR 2019
Poster No.: P-0130
Type: Educational Poster
Keywords: Trauma, Motility, Cancer, Normal variants, Experimental investigations, Education, Ultrasound, MR, CT, Musculoskeletal system, Anatomy
Authors: R. Britel1, L. Muntaner Gimbernat1, A. Rodriguez Baeza2, A. Kassarjian3; 1Palma de Mallorca/ES, 2Barcelona /ES, 3Pozuelo de Alarcón/ES
DOI:10.26044/essr2019/P-0130

Imaging findings OR Procedure Details

 

 

The different approaches is important for MSK biopsy used to minimize potential tumor seeding of adjacent soft-tissue structures and compartments.

 

The sartorius muscle is in relation to the upper and anterior regions of the thigh. For this reason the sartorious pathway has important implications in the spread of malignant and inflammatory diseases,  and surgical approaches. Imaging may be a useful tool for depiction of sartorius involvement

 

The classic anatomical situation, the LCFA originates proximally from the deep femoral artery, most commonly with a larger descending branch. Usually, the descending branch of the LCFA gives rise to the biggest perforators for the anterolateral thigh flap region

The cutaneous perforators originating from the lateral circumflex femoral artery provide vascular supply to the ALT region.

The anterolateral thigh (ALT) flap has widespread use throughout the body.

The vascular supply of the ALT flap skin is maintained by perforators.

 

The ALT has a complex local vasculature, which can be of importance for the surgical approach. 

 

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