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Invited commentary on “Clinical application of a reverse-island flap with two dorsal metacarpal arteries and dorsal metacarpal nerves in index- and middle-finger degloving injury repair and amputation reconstructione”

Published:November 23, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjps.2022.11.007
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      • Lin M
      • Zuo X
      • He F
      • et al.
      Clinical application of a reverse-island flap with two dorsal metacarpal arteries and dorsal metacarpal nerves in index- and middle-finger degloving injury repair and amputation reconstruction.
      , for their work describing the reverse-island flap with two dorsal metacarpal arteries and nerves. They succeed in obtaining a considerable sample of cases of the use of this flap to cover index and middle finger amputation reconstruction and degloving injuries distal to the palmar digital crease.
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