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Figure 5: (Serial no. 1 in Table 1). (a) Postburn claw hand. (b) Severe flexion contracture of the fingers and thumb. (c) Skin graft over the dorsum. Residual flexion deformity of the fingers. (d) Well-maintained thumb web and active finger flexion. (e) She returned to her school. Wrote and passed the examination without the help of a scribe

Figure 5: (Serial no. 1 in Table 1). (a) Postburn claw hand. (b) Severe flexion contracture of the fingers and thumb. (c) Skin graft over the dorsum. Residual flexion deformity of the fingers. (d) Well-maintained thumb web and active finger flexion. (e) She returned to her school. Wrote and passed the examination without the help of a scribe