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Fig. 3

From: The free neurovascular transverse wrist crease flap for repairing soft tissue defects of the fingers: clinical outcomes of multiple centers

Fig. 3

One patient had three fingers (middle finger, ring finger, and little finger) severely injured, and underwent three flap procedures (one RASPB flap and two artery perforating branch flaps from forearm). a Three fingers had soft tissue defects with tendons exposed. A transverse wrist crease flap combined with two artery perforating branch flaps from forearm was designed according to the wound. b The wound was covered with the flaps, and the donor site was closed primarily. c, d After postoperative 31 months, the appearance of injured fingers was satisfying, and the function was fair to good

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