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Figure 2: (a) Appearance of necrosis at the finger after replantation. (b) The skin was harvested superficially to the lateral side and kept at the bottom layer of the fascia. (c) Fascial flap was harvested by preserving the paratenon. (d) The flap was transposed and defect of the nail bed was closed. (e) Preparation of cross fingertip (f) A full-thickness skin graft was applied over the fascia

Figure 2: (a) Appearance of necrosis at the finger after replantation. (b) The skin was harvested superficially to the lateral side and kept at the bottom layer of the fascia. (c) Fascial flap was harvested by preserving the paratenon. (d) The flap was transposed and defect of the nail bed was closed. (e) Preparation of cross fingertip (f) A full-thickness skin graft was applied over the fascia