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Complications arising from treatment of musculoskeletal injuries by traditional bone setters (TBS) are a constant threat to limbs in our environment. Gangrene of usually a part of a limb is one such complications that is not uncommon. However gangrene involving a whole limb in a neonate due to treatment of birth injury by traditional bone setters is not common. Case Report: A 4 week old female neonate presented to our emergency room with gangrene of the whole of the left upper limb thatdoi:10.9790/0853-1605072125 fatcat:ig6tptemarb75jp6hj3bsnaa7a