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In five cases of fingertip replantation where conventional venous anastomosis was found to be impossible, an efferent arteriovenous anastomosis was successfully used instead for drainage.
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Accepted: November 17, 1992
Received: July 22, 1992
© 1993 The British Association of Plastic Surgeons. Published by Elsevier Inc.