Reconstruction of incomplete syndactyly of the toes using both dorsal and plantar flaps

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
S ParkM Minegishi


A new modified method for surgical correction of simple incomplete syndactyly of the toes has been devised. This procedure involves both a dorsal and a plantar skin flap and does not require a skin graft. Reconstruction of syndactyly using only skin flaps situated near the toes almost always results in skin deficiency. Use of a plantar flap from the sole provides sufficient skin for one toe and can be closed primarily. Fourteen cases involving 11 patients have been treated by this method, which is described herein.


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