J G Herrera-Tenorio

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This paper describes a series of cases with severe hand injury that required antebrachial flaps as part of treatment, and their functional results. The clinical records of patients with a diagnosis of traumatic hand injury and major skin cover losses, reconstructed with a reverse-flow forearm flap, were reviewed. The following variables were studied: type(More)
INTRODUCTION Waddell's triad represents an emergency for pediatric patients due to the high incidence of injuries associated with the femur fracture. OBJECTIVE To clinically assess, upon presentation, the femur fracture associated with the head trauma, chest and/or abdominal trauma in the pediatric patients and its course during the hospital stay. (More)
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