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Crush Injury to the Right Hand with Surgical Repair

SKU: C21002

This exhibit depicts the soft tissue damage from a crush injury to the right hand and subsequent surgical repairs. Pre-operative conditions consist of lacerations to the digital arteries, destruction of the palmar arch, and a complete avulsion of the thenar muscles. An end-to-side anastomosis of the ulnar digital artery was performed to restore blood flow in the fourth digit, and the thenar muscles were debrided back to a stable end. The ulnar digital artery of the third finger was also repaired with a 5cm venous graft harvested from the left foot. Scar contracture of the right palm resulted after surgery with a deficiency of soft tissues and fascial thickening. A partial palmar fasciectomy was performed to revise the contracture, releasing the third digit and right palm. A partial fasciectomy, Z-plasty, and release of the right thumb were also completed. A full-thickness skin graft from the right groin was used to repair the skin of the palm.

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