PMID: 10340864May 26, 1999Paper

Use of reverse triangular V-Y flaps to create a web space in syndactyly

Annals of Plastic Surgery
N SavaciZ Tosun

Abstract

The authors describe a new technique for division in syndactyly. The web space is reconstructed using two reverse V-Y island triangular flaps. The flaps are raised both on the dorsal and the palmar aspect of the hand. This technique does not require the use of a skin graft. Fourteen syndactylies in 9 children-three incomplete (two congenital and one secondary to burn) and six complete-were treated using this technique. The results after a maximum 4-month follow-up and the advantages of the technique are discussed.

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