skin graft


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skin graft

a piece of skin removed from one part of the body and surgically grafted at the site of a severe burn or similar injury
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The initial survival of skin grafts depends on plasmatic imbibition, a process in which nutrients are diffused from the graft bed during the first 24-48 hours.
Split thickness glabrous skin graft was harvested either from the hypothenar eminence or the instep of the sole.
STSG can be used under unfavorable conditions, such as a recipient's wound having moderate infection or less vasculature, where full thickness skin grafts would fail.
Treatment of an Open Fracture Wound with Skin Graft Dressings (PELNAC): A Case Report.
Bioengineering dermo-epidermal skin grafts with blood and lymphatic capillaries.
Lois's leg was still tingling "three days" after the accident and doctors have warned her she might need a skin graft operation.
Effect of full thickness skin grafts and mesh skin grafts on geanulating wounds in dogs- An experimental study.
A method for optimizing skin graft healing and outcome of wounds of the penile shaft and scrotum.
28] One recent study by Demir and colleagues compared testicular function following groin flap coverage versus skin graft coverage in a rat model.
Doctors initially told her the injury was not serious, but she ended up having to undergo a skin graft and has been left with a scar on her calf.
Miss Gee is understood to have sustained more serious injuries and is also expected to need a skin graft.