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Correspondence and communication| Volume 65, ISSUE 12, e357-e358, December 2012

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An ideal surgical technique for postaxial polysyndactyly of the toes

      Postaxial polysyndactyly of the toes is the most common congenital malformation. Treatment needs to consider aesthetic result; in particular, the family expects toes with near-normal form without ugly scarring. We have devised and obtained good results with an ideal operative procedure that achieves a near-normal form for the toe tip and hides the operation scar.
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