Medhat Emil*, Anood Alqaydi, Dalal AlMansoori, Dalia Medhat Habib, Marwa Alawadhi, Abrar Alteneiji, Omar Alameri
Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Zayed Military Hospital, Abu Dhabi, United Arab of Emirates.
We report a case of blast injury to the left hand which resulted in fractures of the fingers with exposure of bones and joints of the phalanges. We used three reverse adipofascial cross finger flaps raised at the same time from 2 fingers to reconstruct adjacent fingers of the patient. The patient recovered well postoperatively and had good range of movement of the fingers. This avoided the complications of the use of regional or distal flaps. To our knowledge, this is the first case reported in which three reverse adipofascial cross fingers flaps are raised at the same time, two of them from an injured finger, to cover three raw areas on two fingers of a patient.