The phagocytic fitness of leucopatches may impact the healing of chronic wounds.

@article{Thomsen2016ThePF,
  title={The phagocytic fitness of leucopatches may impact the healing of chronic wounds.},
  author={Kim N Thomsen and Hannah Tr\ostrup and Lars Jackie Christophersen and R. Lundquist and Niels H\oiby and Claus E Moser},
  journal={Clinical and experimental immunology},
  year={2016},
  volume={184 3},
  pages={368-77}
}
Chronic non-healing wounds are significantly bothersome to patients and can result in severe complications. In addition, they are increasing in numbers, and a challenging problem to the health-care system. Handling of chronic, non-healing wounds can be discouraging due to lack of improvement, and a recent explanation can be the involvement of biofilm infections in the pathogenesis of non-healing wounds. Therefore, new treatment alternatives to improve outcome are continuously sought-after… CONTINUE READING
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