Reconstruction of the burned palm: full-thickness versus split-thickness skin grafts--long-term follow-up.


The long-term results of full-thickness (N = 11) and split-thickness (N = 14) skin grafts for reconstitution of the palmar surface following release of palmar burn scar contractures in pediatric patients are compared. Patients treated with full-thickness skin grafts required 1.2 +/- 0.4 operations (mean +/- SD). Patients treated with split-thickness skin… (More)


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