Management of painful neuromas in the hand


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Abstract

A new treatment for painful neuromas in the hand was used on thirtty-three patients. Fifteen of them were partial amputees and the others had unrepairable lesions. The treatment was transfer of the stumps to an unscarred site where the neuroma would not be under pressure when the hand was used. Excellent results were achieved in 82 per cent of patients.

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