What is Partial toe amputation?

Category: Surgeries

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A partial amputation of the toe is the surgical removal of part of the digit of the toe. Reasons for an amputation include poor blood flow which cannot be corrected resulting in tissue loss or extreme pain, severe infection, trauma or injury, tumor or congenital disorder.

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