Allogeneic substitute for fingernails


In situations where the nail plate is missing or too severely damaged, an allogeneic substitute is used from non-replantable amputated fingers. Twenty-four nail bed injuries in 22 patients were treated by this method. Twenty out of 24 injuries had good results, two fair results, and two poor results. 
DOI: 10.1007/s002380050143


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