Hand transplant recipient playing piano again

02/3/2012 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Steven Lloyd worked with his hands to refurbish a house and repair cars. Now those hands are playing piano, attached to artist Richard Mangino, who lost both forearms and lower legs to a bloodstream infection. After the 44-year-old Lloyd died of a massive brain hemorrhage, his wife, Jodi, agreed to donate her husband's arms and hands, which a Brigham and Women's Hospital team led by plastic surgeon Bohdan Pomahac transplanted to Mangino.

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