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Surgical management of the hand in Scleroderma 

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medical illustration of Surgical management of the hand in scleroderma: interphalangeal arthrodesis. The proper digital artery (PDA) and dorsal cutaneous branches (DCB) are highlighted in the fingers. The characteristics and indication for surgery are skin ulceration, severe flexion contracture of the interphalangeal joints and sclerodactyly.Dorsal transverse incisions over the contracted joints preserve circulation. Surgical fixation with fine Kirschner wires in a crossed pattern is applied.
Next medical illustration of Total Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery was published by Thieme in 2014.  This cover Illustration was designed to represent the key areas that are covered inside the textbook. The paranasal sinuses, facial nerve branches, auditory canal, and neck anatomy are shown on the figure. Additionally a thyroidectomy, nasal endoscopy and facelift are also seen being performed. The illustration was created with pencil lines and digital color.  There are over 600 illustrations inside the textbook.

Total Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery

Surgical management of the hand in scleroderma: interphalangeal arthrodesis. The proper digital artery (PDA) and dorsal cutaneous branches (DCB) are highlighted in the fingers. The characteristics and indication for surgery are skin ulceration, severe flexion contracture of the interphalangeal joints and sclerodactyly.Dorsal transverse incisions over the contracted joints preserve circulation. Surgical fixation with fine Kirschner wires in a crossed pattern is applied.

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