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1/20/21
Debridement and Skin Grafting Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Debridement and Skin Grafting Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Graphically depicts debridement and skin grafting procedure on the lower leg. Includes view of the lower body with severe third degree burns on the lower right leg. A surgeon uses a dermatome to harvest a split-thickness skin graft from the front of the upper left thigh. Extensive graft tissue harvesting can also be seen on the upper right thigh and lower left leg. Accurately shows the skin grafts put through a mesher machine to prepare them for surgical grafting.

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