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Hand surgery for epidermolysis bullosa

Hand surgery for epidermolysis bullosa

Hand surgery for epidermolysis bullosa: Hand surgery for epidermolysis bullosa involves cutting excessive scar tissue off the fingers and hands from repeated lesions due to epidermolysis bullosa, a recessive inherited condition; skin grafts are used to replace missing skin. Surgery is used to improve movement of contracted hands.

Diseases And Conditions Treated: Hand surgery for epidermolysis bullosa

These diseases and conditions may be treated with the surgical procedure Hand surgery for epidermolysis bullosa:

Anesthetic Requirements for Hand surgery for epidermolysis bullosa

These surgical anesthetic requirements for the procedure Hand surgery for epidermolysis bullosa may include:

  • Local anesthetic and sedation or general anesthetic

Procedure Complications: Hand surgery for epidermolysis bullosa

Possible surgical complications of Hand surgery for epidermolysis bullosa may include:

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