Extended use of the Mustardé dancing man procedure

British Journal of Plastic Surgery
P ChapmanR C Campbell


Webs other than epicanthal folds can be corrected by the Mustardé "dancing man" procedure. A series of 20 patients is presented in whom this method has been used to correct either minor degrees of congenital syndactyly or burn scar contractures in fingers.


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