Paul Galpin

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Six patients with severe hand and forearm injuries involving open wounds and exposed structures were treated with reverse radial forearm fascial flaps and split-thickness skin grafts for soft tissue cover. There were five men and one woman aged between 16 and 36 years. Injuries included soft tissue avulsion on the dorsum of the hand and fingers, extensive(More)
MINEOLA, L. I., Nov. 30—Nas-sau County has an interesting reason for not objecting wlien its employees hold two jobs. A spokesman said the County (reputed to be one of the wealthiest in the United States) could not afford to pay top salaries to its employees. Many persons in civil service jobs, he continued, receive such low salaries that an additional(More)
A free temporoparietal fascial flap with a split-thickness skin graft was used to cover a large palmar forearm wound in a patient whose hand had been replanted 21 days earlier after traumatic amputation at the distal forearm level. At a 39-month follow-up, the patient had achieved an excellent cosmetic and functional result, with no alopecia or facial nerve(More)
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