Pinch skin grafting in non-healing leprous ulcers.


Treatment of leprous ulcers has remained inadequate, owing to the fact that most of these ulcers are still being managed conservatively especially in developing nations, probably due to financial constraints. Pinch skin grafting, though obsolete now (2), tries to bridge this gap between cost and effectiveness. It is a simple office-based technique, not… (More)


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