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2/25/24

Burn Subsequent Debridement of Wound with Harvest and Placement of Split Thickness Skin Grafting Surgical Repairs - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Burn Subsequent Debridement of Wound with Harvest and Placement of Split Thickness Skin Grafting Surgical Repairs - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit features the following multiple images of a burned left hand back lower extremities . Wound debridement with a versa jet device to deride nonviable integer. Split thickness skin grafts harvested from the scalp. Meshed skin graft applied with staples to the back, legs and forearm.

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