Pinch skin grafting or porcine dermis in venous ulcers: a randomised clinical trial.

@article{Poskitt1987PinchSG,
  title={Pinch skin grafting or porcine dermis in venous ulcers: a randomised clinical trial.},
  author={Keith R Poskitt and Adrienne James and Edward Lloyd-Davies and Jules Walton and Charles McCollum},
  journal={British medical journal},
  year={1987},
  volume={294 6573},
  pages={674-6}
}
Chronic venous ulcers are common, and even with effective compression or elevation large ulcers may take months to heal. Pinch skin grafting may allow healing from epithelial islands throughout the surface area of the ulcer, and a prospective randomised trial was therefore conducted comparing this treatment with porcine dermis dressings. Most patients were… CONTINUE READING