Long-term follow-up evaluation of bilateral total hand loss.

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PURPOSE Bilateral total hand loss is rare, and the challenges faced by the patient immediately after the loss are quite different from the long-term responses to the physical loss of both hands. This study evaluates the problems of these patients years after their injuries. The goal is to evaluate long-term adaptation to the loss and the degree of… (More)

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