Treatment of Postoperative Lower Extremity Wounds Using Human Fibroblast-Derived Dermis: A Retrospective Analysis

Human fibroblast–derived dermis skin substitute is a well-studied treatment for diabetic foot ulcers; however, no case series currently exist for its use in healing postoperative wounds of the lower extremity. A retrospective analysis was conducted on 32 lower extremity postoperative wounds treated weekly with human fibroblast–derived dermis skin substitute.

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Treatment of Postoperative Lower Extremity Wounds Using Human Fibroblast-Derived Dermis: A Retrospective Analysis

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