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Full Thickness Skin Defect with Surgical Skin Grafting
Full Thickness Skin Defect with Surgical Skin Grafting

rnThis stock medical exhibit begins with a view of an infant's hand and forearm describing the pre-operative condition - with a full thickness skin loss on the dorsum on the left hand and swelling and discoloration of the hand and forearm. Next, multiple steps of the repair procedure are illustrated, including debridement of the wound, partial closure with sutures, and harvesting and placement of a skin graft to complete the closure.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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