Missed Compartment Syndrome of the Forearm: Limb Salvage and Reconstruction

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The authors would like to thank Mr. HUYNH Chieu Duong, Dr. Peter SCOUGALL and Dr. Albert DE MEY for their excellent help and support.

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Le Thua, TH., Pham, DN. & Boeckx, W. Missed Compartment Syndrome of the Forearm: Limb Salvage and Reconstruction. J Hand Microsurg 7, 129–132 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12593-014-0118-6

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Keywords

  • Missed compartment syndrome
  • Soft tissue defect
  • Bone defects
  • Free fibular graft
  • And free functional gracilis flap