Upper Extremity Salvage with Free Ulnar Forearm Flap From the Amputated Part: Case Report.
Preservation of a functional level of amputation in cases of nonreplantable upper extremity amputation injury can be accomplished utilizing spare-parts technology. A case is presented in which a nonreplantable arm amputated at the mid-humeral level was used for a free ulnar forearm flap to preserve bone level and secure stable coverage.
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Chernofsky, M. A. (1993). Upper extremity salvage with free ulnar forearm flap from the amputated part: case report. The Journal Of Trauma, 34(3), 450-452.
Medicine and Health Sciences | Other Medical Specialties | Plastic Surgery | Surgery
Department of Surgery, Department of Surgery Faculty