A 45-year-old male presented with amputation of posterior heel soft tissue after an accident involving broken glass panes. The defect measured 4 × 6.5 cm, and the composite amputated tissue consisted of skin and subcutaneous layers. Intraoperative exploration of the amputated tissue revealed 2 perforator arteries (diameter ≤0.4 mm) in the central portion of the subcutaneous tissue and 4 superficial veins (diameter ≈0.6 mm) in the wound margin.
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Microsurgical Replantation of the Posterior Heel Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue