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Reducing risk to perineal propeller flaps from adverse positional change: a novel application of near-infrared spectroscopy tissue monitoring technology

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Alexandra Khoury, Omar Dawood, Luigi Troisi, Giorgio Pajardi, Adam Blackburn, Juan Enrique Berner, and Tiew Chong Teo declare no conflict of interest.

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Khoury, A., Dawood, O., Troisi, L. et al. Reducing risk to perineal propeller flaps from adverse positional change: a novel application of near-infrared spectroscopy tissue monitoring technology. Eur J Plast Surg 44, 523–526 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00238-021-01797-2

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