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Posttraumatic fingertip reconstruction with a free toe pulp neurovascular flap, first described in 1979, has not been frequently reported. We present our results with 8 free transfers of the toe pulp and demonstrate the successful restoration of a well-padded and sensitive fingertip. All patients, studied with a follow-up of up to 20 months, recovered a(More)
In cases of total cutaneous loss of the heel or extensive cutaneous loss of the sole of the foot, the plastic surgical reconstruction by use of classical pediculated flaps requires following: - an adequate physical condition and articulations capable of enduring prolonged bed confinement in a position which is frequently uncomfortable; - a minimum of two(More)
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