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Knee and Thigh Burn Debridement and Skin Grafting
Knee and Thigh Burn Debridement and Skin Grafting

four percent of a patient's body and the subsequent skin grafting. The first image the debridement of the posterior leg with a watson knife. The second illustration features the next layer of tissue being removed with a weck knife. The third illustration depicts the final step to debride the burnt tissue utilizing electrocautory. These steps are continued over the rest of the burnt areas. The fourth illustration shows the donor graft being prepared for placement on the debrided areas. The final image shows the meshed graft being secured in place with surgical staples.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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