One-stage flap repair with vascularised tendon grafts in a dorsal hand injury using the "Chinese" forearm flap

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Abstract

A one-stage flap repair is described for complicated dorsal injuries of the hand involving loss of skin and tendon based on the principle of the "Chinese" radial artery forearm flap in which vascularised tendons are transferred to reconstruct the missing extensor tendons. © 1983.

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Reid, C. D., & Moss, A. L. H. (1983). One-stage flap repair with vascularised tendon grafts in a dorsal hand injury using the “Chinese” forearm flap. British Journal of Plastic Surgery, 36(4), 473–479. https://doi.org/10.1016/0007-1226(83)90133-9

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