Dermal substitution in acute burns and reconstructive surgery: a subjective and objective long-term follow-up.

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Tissue engineering and dermal substitution are currently prominent topics of wound-healing research. However, no extensive clinical trials with objective evaluation criteria have been published so far that support the clinical effectiveness of dermal equivalents in the long term. The dermal substitute that is discussed here is derived from bovine collagen… (More)

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@article{Zuijlen2001DermalSI, title={Dermal substitution in acute burns and reconstructive surgery: a subjective and objective long-term follow-up.}, author={Paul P. M. van Zuijlen and Jos A. F. P. M. Vloemans and Antoine J M van Trier and Monique H Suijker and Ella van Unen and Frits Groenevelt and Robert Walter Kreis and Esther Middelkoop}, journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery}, year={2001}, volume={108 7}, pages={1938-46} }