Reconstructive microsurgery offers new hope for difficult and complex problems that previously defied adequate surgical management. The reconstructive paediatric surgeon must not only deal with acquired traumatic deformities but also address difficult congenital anomalies. Many conditions which were fraught with surgical failure and disappointment may now be served better through the use of microsurgery.


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