Replantation of completely amputated distal forearm—1965

J H Meredith, L A Koman
Journal of the Southern Orthopaedic Association 1999, 8 (3): 214-7
Although replantation of completely amputated wrists and forearms is now commonplace, in 1965 the replantation of this "wrist level" amputation was the first reported in the western world. The details of the technique used are contrasted with current standard of care.

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