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Figures in Original Article by Enrico Vigato (*) - Veronica Macchi (**) - Cesare Tiengo (*) - Bruno Azzena (*) Andrea Porzionato (*) - Aldo Morra (****) - Carla Stecco (*) - Giuseppe Dodi (***) Francesco Mazzoleni (*) - Raffaele De Caro (**)

The clinical role of the gracilis muscle:an example of multidisciplinary collaboration


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CT angiography

Figure 1. a) Transverse image of CT angiography at the level of the point of entry of the main pedicle into the gracilis muscle (yellow arrow).
b) Transverse image of CT angiography showing the origin of the dominant pedicle for gracilis muscle from the artery for the adductors.




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repair of the rectovaginal fistula

Fig. 2. – Intraoperative view of the repair of the rectovaginal fistula.


(*) Section of Plastic Surgery, Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences, University of Padova, Italy
(**) Section of Anatomy, Department of Human Anatomy and Physiology, University of Padova, Italy
(***) Section of Surgery, Department of Oncological and Surgical Sciences, University of Padova, Italy
(****) Section of Radiology, Euganea Medica Group, Padova


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