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Figure 2: (Serial no. 5 in Table 1). (a) Contracture in the volar aspect of the fingers. (b) Contracture release, K wire fixation and split skin grafting cover. (c) Due to precarious vascularity K wire to the index finger was removed and the extension of the finger is maintained by splint. (d) Dorsum of the hand after removal of the k wires and physiotherapy. (e) Volar aspect of the hand showing well-settled split skin grafting over the fingers

Figure 2: (Serial no. 5 in Table 1). (a) Contracture in the volar aspect of the fingers. (b) Contracture release, K wire fixation and split skin grafting cover. (c) Due to precarious vascularity K wire to the index finger was removed and the extension of the finger is maintained by splint. (d) Dorsum of the hand after removal of the k wires and physiotherapy. (e) Volar aspect of the hand showing well-settled split skin grafting over the fingers