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Plastic Reconstructive and Orthopedic Surgery
Submission Deadline: Mar. 20, 2015

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Plastic Surgery, BPS Government Medical College for Women Sonepat, Sonepat, Haryana, India
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Introduction
Approximately one in every 600 babies is born with an abnormality of the upper limbs. These children often experience problems related to the shape and function of the hands. Because the hand is such a delicate balance of working parts, even minor abnormalities or injuries may cause a significant decrease in hand function. Common problems include the child’s hand appearance and parent’s concern. The goal is to improve the aesthetics as well as function of the hand. Injuries related to agricultural equipment are a significant cause of morbidity and mortality both in high income and low-income countries. Agricultural work is the most prevalent type of employment in the worlds. An estimated 1.3 billion workers are working in agricultural production worldwide. Agriculture related injuries are one of the common reasons for hospitalization.
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