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A review of the first 12 months of a hand clinic.
  1. P A Cutting,
  2. N R McLean
  1. Department of Plastic, Reconstructive and Burns Surgery, Queen Mary's University Hospital, London, England.

    Abstract

    The potential problems faced on setting up a hand clinic and how they may be overcome are discussed. In its first 12 months there were 199 new referrals over 50% of which were either lacerations, fingertip injuries or fractures. The management of these cases is discussed.

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