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Ten-digit and nine-digit replantation (4 cases).

Ten or nine-digit amputation is a very rare injury. From March, 1987 to June, 1988, we replanted two cases of ten-digit complete amputation and two cases of nine-digit complete amputation with success. The maximum ischaemic time was 39 h and the operation time was between 25 and 31 h. All digits survived completely except for partial necrosis of one finger. The follow-up has been 13-20 months, and all the patients have a pair of good, functional and aesthetically acceptable hands.

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