Hand And Microvascular Surgery

Best Hospital for Hand & Microvascular Surgery in Delhi

The Hand and Microvascular Surgery Unit at the Centre for Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery offers comprehensive skeletal and soft tissue treatment for hand and wrist conditions and problems related to the upper extremity; including treatment for nerve, bone ligament and tendon disorders. With state-of-the-art treatment facilities, the Trauma Care team specialises in reattaching amputated parts of the body, such as hands, fingers, legs and toes. The Unit aims at providing world-class compassionate musculoskeletal care to all patients.

Which Conditions Are Treated Under the Hand and Microvascular Surgery Unit at BLK-Max?

The Unit provides comprehensive care for a variety of problems in the upper extremity, including treatments for:

  • Nerve compression syndromes
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Cubital tunnel
  • Wrist pain
  • Tendonitis
  • Trigger fingers
  • Cysts and tumours
  • Dupuytren's contracture
  • Vasospastic disorders
  • Congenital differences

All traumatic injuries in the hand, wrist and forearm are also treated at the Unit that includes:

  • Fractures
  • Hand burns
  • Tendon injuries
  • Brachial Plexus Injuries
  • Blood vessel and nerve injuries
  • Ligament strains and dislocations
  • Replantation of amputated fingers and limbs

What Are the Different Types of Procedures Used for Hand and Microvascular Surgery?

The Unit offers specialised services to treat complex cases of problems in the upper extremity, which include:

  • Limb Salvage Surgery - This type of surgery is performed over individuals who are affected by malignant tumours from the neck to hand and from the pelvis to foot. The Unit performs world-class limb-saving surgery in cases of bone tumour by replacing the lost bone with microvascular free bone transfer. It is a very complex operation that involves the replacement of a diseased bone and reconstruction of a functional limb by using-
    1. A metal implant 
    2. Allograft: a bone graft from another person 
    3. Allo-prosthetic composite: a combination of bone graft and metal implant

The major goal of this surgery is to remove tumour part in the hand or other body parts with minimal complications while maintaining acceptable function, durability and appearance of the limb.

  •  Microsurgical Replantation - It is a surgical reattachment of a finger, hand or arm that has been completely cut off from a person’s body. The goal of microsurgical replantation surgery is to provide patients with the ability to gain as much use of the injured limb as possible. The process involves high-end surgical microscopes that are used to replant amputated finger, hand, ear, penis or other body parts with a high success rate.

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