Sensory recovery in replanted digits and transplanted toes: a review.

  • A Lee Dellon
  • Published 1986 in Journal of reconstructive microsurgery


A review of replanted digits has indicated that excellent sensory function can be recovered in replants that are distal, in which the mechanism of injury has been a sharp cut, in which the patient's age is young, and in cases where the patient receives postoperative sensory re-education. It appears that poor sensory recovery in replanted digits is most… (More)


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