Microsurgery is the repair of small structures in the body that are
difficult or impossible to manipulate with the naked eye and is used
to repair severed
nerves and blood vessels. This technique is commonly used to transplant tissue
from one part of the body to another.
Microsurgical tissue transplantation is used to reconstruct difficult wounds
and replace lost muscle, skin, tendon, or bone. This type of surgery is done
under general anesthesia and usually requires a 5-7 day hospital stay. Recovery
can be prolonged afterwards, depending on the type of reconstruction performed.
For more information on microsurgery, please call us. We'll discuss the various
procedures with you and help you determine if microsurgery can help you.
If you are considering any reconstructive
surgery, please schedule an examination and consultation with us.
We'll discuss the risks and benefits of the procedure with you, and
help you determine the best next steps.
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