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Right Hand Injuries with Surgical Skin Graft Repair
Right Hand Injuries with Surgical Skin Graft Repair

procedure utilized to correct the situation. The first illustration depicts a dorsal view of the right hand and shows the avulsion of the right long finger, the ring finger and the fourth web space following the bite. The second illustration shows the wound being irrigated with a saline solution that is then followed with an antibiotic solution. The third illustration depicts the wound debridement. The fourth image shows the skin graft being harvested from the patient's lower abdomen. The final illustration shows the graft being sutured in place.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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