Technical tip| Volume 62, ISSUE 2, P257, February 2009

The Sandwell incision for Dupuytren's fasciectomy: a technical tip

Published:November 14, 2008DOI:
      Many different patterns of incision have been described, for surgical access in Dupuytren's fasciectomy. The incision should minimise the risk of flap necrosis, provide access to the neurovascular bundles and diseased tissue and avoid secondary scar contracture.
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