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Syndactyly Reconstruction Technique Utilizing Skin Substitute.

Syndactyly reconstruction often times leaves areas of skin deficit that require coverage for healing. Numerous techniques have been reported to address the deficits, including graftless technique, which utilizes mobilization of adjacent skin for coverage, full-thickness skin grafting, and skin substitute grafts. The technique described here demonstrates the ease of the use of skin substitutes for coverage in syndactyly reconstruction and reports the expected outcomes.

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