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The Free Scapular Flap. Plat. And Reconstr. Surg. 69:601-604, 1982 Gilles, Harold and Millard, D. : The principles and Art of Plastic Surgery, p. , 1957 Hynes, Wilford: The Blood Vessels in Skin Tubes and Flaps. British J. Plast. , 3:165-175, 1951 Kelleher, J. C. and Dean, R. K. In Littler, J. , Cramer, L. , and Smith, J. W. (Editors): Symposium on Reconstructive Hand Surgery. St. Louis. The C. V. Mosby Company, 1974 Kelleher, J. , Sullivan, J. , Baibak, G. , and Dean, R. : The Distant Pedicle Flap in Surgery of the Hand.

1F Stage II. Twenty-two days later the flap was divided carrying some additional tissue along the ulnar side and dorsally. 1G, H). 1H The use of internal fixation with abdominal flaps in complex injuries: Kirschner wires can be used in a variety of ways to hold the hand in the position of function while undergoing the flap reconstruction. 62 inch Kirschner wire across the ulnar and into the radius while the wrist and hand are in the desired position. The Kirschner wires can be bent into a bayonet shape to hold space where there has been significant bone loss.

1F). 1F Stage II. Twenty-two days later the flap was divided carrying some additional tissue along the ulnar side and dorsally. 1G, H). 1H The use of internal fixation with abdominal flaps in complex injuries: Kirschner wires can be used in a variety of ways to hold the hand in the position of function while undergoing the flap reconstruction. 62 inch Kirschner wire across the ulnar and into the radius while the wrist and hand are in the desired position. The Kirschner wires can be bent into a bayonet shape to hold space where there has been significant bone loss.

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