Tissue expansion in the leg: limits and complications in trauma pathology.

Abstract

Subcutaneous tissue expansion in the treatment of skin loss was first introduced by Neuman (1957) and subsequently developed by Radovan (1982) as a means of increasing the amount of tissue available for reconstruction. It takes advantage of the elasticity of the skin and its ability to expand when submitted to traction, thereby increasing its surface area… (More)

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