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Man born without a hand has 'world first' surgery to attach a new limb
 

Man born without a hand has 'world first' surgery to attach a new limb

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The 32-year-old, who has spent his life without his left hand, underwent a 13-hour procedure at Wroclaw Medical University, Poland, last week to have the new limb attached.
 
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24 Dec 2016 - General
 
Madhubabu kaaja
Transplantation surgeries always meet difficulties and side effects even if they seem successful at first.
Human body is not easy accepting a change and may respond ...
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It was stated in the article that he is the first graft in the world of an upper limb onto an adult with this congenital defect. Hoping for the best outcome for the patient. This will be a great opportunity for both the patient and the surgeons if ev...
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I can only hope for good results for this patient, because like what the article said, most of the hand transplants that has been done in the past have failed. In fact, I have not read a report on a successful hand transplant. Transplant procedures c...
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Wav. Any thing we can do in our medical field. A poland many who born without a left hand now able to move his finger after hand transplantation from a donor. It is a world first surgery in transplantation for a person who worn without a left hand. G...
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