Revascularization of amputated digits

Alternative names
Replantation of digits; Reattachment of amputated fingers

Replantation of digits is the surgical repair of completely amputated fingers or toes. With an incomplete amputations (the part remains attached to the body by skin, artery, vein, or nerve), a process called revascularization is used to reattach the digit.

see Replantation of digits.

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Last revised: December 7, 2012
by Sharon M. Smith, M.D.

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