The replantation of predominantly muscular major limbs has not yet become a routine clinical procedure, as even in highly specialized replantation centers early and late complications of the postischemia syndrome remain a potential threat. The possibilities of multiple organ failure (MOF), emergency reamputation, ineffective functional end results (especially in cases of close proximal amputation levels), and death sharply influence a surgeon’s decision for amputation or replantation.
KeywordsCompartment Syndrome Major Limb Muscle Cell Necrosis Routine Clinical Procedure Secondary Muscle Cell
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