An amputation may be recommended to revise a badly injured body part that is still attached, but not functional or not healing well. It may also be a planned operation to prevent the spread of the disease in an infected finger or hand. In many cases, it is possible to close the amputation site, but sometimes skin must be rearranged (flap) or transferred from another body part (graft) in order to close your wound.

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