J Korean Orthop Assoc.  1986 Dec;21(6):1025-1037. 10.4055/jkoa.1986.21.6.1025.

The Reconstruction of Injured Hands by Microsurgery

Abstract

The human hand is a highly sophisticated tool of sensibility and prehension, and the reconstruction of injured hands are essential to not only reconstruct of hand function but also reconstruct of body. Seven cases of tendocutaneous flap, a case of osteocutaneous flap, nine cases of thumb reconstruction with a free neurovascular wrap-around flap from the big toe, two cases of second toe-to-index trander, and a case of left ring finger to right index finger transfer were performed at the Department of Orthopedic Surgery of Hanyang University Hospital, and satisfactory results were obtained both comsmetically and functionally.

Keyword

Microsurgery; reconstruction; injured hands

MeSH Terms

Fingers
Hallux
Hand*
Humans
Microsurgery*
Orthopedics
Thumb
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