Plantar Rotational Flap Technique for Panmetatarsal Head Resection and Transmetatarsal Amputation: A Revision Approach for Second Metatarsal Head…

Abstract: Transfer ulcers beneath the second metatarsal head are common after diabetes-related partial first ray amputation. Subsequent osteomyelitis of the second ray can further complicate this difficult situation. We present 2 cases depicting our plantar rotational flap technique for revision surgery involving conversion to either panmetatarsal head resection or transmetatarsal amputation (TMA)

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Plantar Rotational Flap Technique for Panmetatarsal Head Resection and Transmetatarsal Amputation: A Revision Approach for Second Metatarsal Head…

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