Left Upper Extremity Fasciotomy Closure, Necrosis and Amputation
In this exhibit, two illustrations describe left arm fasciotomy closure, finger necrosis and amputation. On the left, is a palmar view of the left forearm and hand illustrating mummification of the first, second, and third fingers. Debridement of necrotic muscles, and split thickness skin graft covering the fasciotomy are also depicted. To the right the following conditions are represented: dry gangrene of the first and third fingers, index finger amputation, and skin graft applied to the thenar area. Necrotic portions of split thickness graft are also debrided and covered with new skin graft.