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Multiple Skin Grafting Procedures
Multiple Skin Grafting Procedures

This exhibit depicts third degree burns of arm and hands and shows three stages of skin debridement. The initial stage consist of burnt skin been removed from arms and hands using a Weck blade and the placement of allografts to cover all debrided areas. The second stage include: Removal of suboptimal incorporated allografts with a Weck blade and placement of new allografts over the derided areas. The third stage shows skin harvest from the thigh and used over the already derided areas.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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