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Fig. 2

From: Successful limb salvage through staged bypass combined with free gracilis muscle transfer for critical limb ischemia with osteomyelitis after failed endovascular therapy

Fig. 2

a Two months after initial surgery. A photograph showing the exposed surface of the tibia even with good granulation around the area. Magnetic resonance imaging showed osteomyelitis of the tibia (bracket). b Postoperative computed tomography showed patent bypasses to the sural artery (arrowhead) and posterior tibial artery (arrow). Native artery stenosis was detected distal to the anastomosis (bracket). c The gracilis muscle (arrowhead) and the pedicle (arrow) of the contralateral leg that originated from the medial femoral circumflex artery

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