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Successful ankle replantation in two cases with different presentations

Archives of Plastic Surgery 2020년 47권 2호 p.182 ~ 186
Wen Adzim Poh Yuen, Jusoh Mohd Hanifah, Saad Arman Zaharil Mat, Halim Ahmad Sukari, Faisham Nu’man Wan Ismail Wan, Azman Wan Sulaiman Wan,
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 ( Wen Adzim Poh Yuen ) - Universiti Sains Malaysia Health Campus Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia
 ( Jusoh Mohd Hanifah ) - Universiti Sains Malaysia Health Campus Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia
 ( Saad Arman Zaharil Mat ) - Universiti Sains Malaysia Health Campus Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia
 ( Halim Ahmad Sukari ) - Universiti Sains Malaysia Health Campus Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia
 ( Faisham Nu’man Wan Ismail Wan ) - Universiti Sains Malaysia Health Campus Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia
 ( Azman Wan Sulaiman Wan ) - Universiti Sains Malaysia Health Campus Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia

Abstract


We report our experience of treating two patients with ankle amputation with different presentations. The first case was a clean-cut sharp amputation. The second case was an avulsion injury following a motor vehicle accident in a patient who arrived 8 hours after the injury. Replantation was successful in both cases. In avulsion injuries, a secondary operation for wound coverage is required at a later stage. With good strategy and a support team, encouraging limb survival outcomes are possible post-replantation.

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Amputation; Traumatic; Replantation; Lower extremity

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