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[Partial thickness graft of the scalp].
  • U. Mariani
  • Medicine
  • Revista do Hospital das Clinicas
  • 1 November 1988
A study of the postburned restored skin
Abstract The color of restored skin (RS) resulting from healing of partial skin thickness burns was analyzed. Comparisons within symmetric skin areas were performed between RS and healthy undamagedExpand
Split thickness skin grafts from the scalp.
  • U. Mariani
  • Medicine
  • Burns : journal of the International Society for…
  • 1 March 1995
The problem of subepidermal blisters in neoformed integuments.
The present paper is a review of articles on the onset of subepidermal blisters in neoformed integuments. Considering the discrepancy between the literature data and our clinical experienceExpand
Contraction and myofibroblasts in restored skin.
Myofibroblasts and the contraction of split skin-graft donor sites were studied in 18 patients. For each patient five samples were studied, taken on days 0, 14, 21, 28, and 35. On each occasion theExpand
The tegument resulting from the healing of burns.
First the authors conceptualized healed burns, the tegument resulting from the healing of burns (TRH), and the 4 main species of teguments: 1--Regenerated skin; 2--Restored skin; 3--Grafts andExpand
A study of the post-burned restored skin.
The color of restored skin (RS) resulting from healing of partial skin thickness burns was analyzed. Comparisons within symmetric skin areas were performed between RS and healthy undamaged skin (HS),Expand
A new method for scoring active sweat glands.
Division of Burns and Plastic Surgery, Hospital das Clinicas, Sao PauloUniversity Medical School – Sao Paulo/SP, Brazil.Heart Institute (InCor),Hospital das Clinicas, Sao Paulo UniversityExpand
[Local treatment of burns: analysis of the use of antimicrobial agents].
The authors studied the local treatment of burns in 11045 cases: 6063 (54.9%) were treated without topical antibacterials and 4985 (45.1%) with antibacterial agents. In 62.1% of cases the topicalExpand
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