Use of previously burned skin in local fasciocutaneous flaps for upper extremity reconstruction.

Abstract

Thermal injuries are characterized by varying degrees of damage to the skin and underlying structures. In the vast majority of patients, the initial thermal injury is limited to the skin and subcutaneous fat. The underlying fascia and its vasculature usually are spared. Flaps are required to cover nongraftable wounds (exposed tendon, bone, joints, and so on… (More)

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@article{Pribaz1994UseOP, title={Use of previously burned skin in local fasciocutaneous flaps for upper extremity reconstruction.}, author={Julian Joseph Pribaz and F R Pelham}, journal={Annals of plastic surgery}, year={1994}, volume={33 3}, pages={272-80} }