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Video Collection: September 2010- PRS 126(3)- CME - Treatment of Common Congenital Hand Conditions

Creator:   Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Created:   9/1/2010
Contains:  3 items
The related video for 126(3) CME article titled 'Vascular Treatment of Common Congenital Hand Conditions.' From the September 2010 PRS CME.

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126(3) CME – Treatment of Common Congenital Hand Conditions - Video 1 - Syndactyly release with proximal-based dorsal rectangular flap

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This video demonstrates Syndactyly release with proximal-based dorsal rectangular flap. A 6-month old with complex syndactyly on the right hand. From the “Treatment of Common Congenital Hand Conditions” CME, September 2010. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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126(3) CME – Treatment of Common Congenital Hand Conditions - Video 2 - Ablation of the radial thumb and ligament reconstruction

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This video demonstrates Ablation of the radial thumb and ligament reconstruction. A 2-year-old with right duplicated thumb. From the “Treatment of Common Congenital Hand Conditions” CME, September 2010. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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126(3) CME – Treatment of Common Congenital Hand Conditions - Video 3 - Pollicization of the index finger

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This video demonstrates Pollicization of the index finger. A 3-year old with left hypoplastic thumb (Blauth-Buck Gramcko classification Type V). From the “Treatment of Common Congenital Hand Conditions” CME, September 2010. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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