The International Journal of Lower Extremity Wounds
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Gulsah Gundogdu1
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(Atatürk University),
Koksal Gundogdu1
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+ 5 AuthorsAhmet Hacimuftuoglu13
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(Atatürk University)
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Massimo Papi1
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(National Institutes of Health)
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Kaissar Yammine1
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(University Medical Center Rizk Hospital),
Chahine Assi1
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(University Medical Center Rizk Hospital)
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Ashu Rastogi7
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(Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research),
Anil Bhansali35
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(Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research)
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J. Holmes6
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Sandra Schuh4
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(Augsburg College)
+ 2 AuthorsJulia Welzel21
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(Augsburg College)
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Binghui Li (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), Hang Xue (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)+ 7 AuthorsJianghai Chen9
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(Huazhong University of Science and Technology)
Full-thickness skin wounds are common accidents. Although healing can be achieved by treatments like autologous skin grafts, donor site morbidity is hardly evitable. In this article, we provide compelling evidence demonstrating that artificial dermal template (ADT)-treated wound healing is achieved by regrowth of skin epidermis as well as adnexa without skin grafts by use of rodent models. First, by fixating a chamber to the wound edge, we confirmed that wound healing was achieved by regeneratio...
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Joshua Luck1
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(Royal Free Hospital),
Timo Rodi (Royal Free Hospital)+ 1 AuthorsAfshin Mosahebi4
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(Royal Free Hospital)
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Mengru Pang (Southern Medical University), Meishu Zhu (Southern Medical University)+ 2 AuthorsBiao Cheng1
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(Southern Medical University)
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Zengding Zhou5
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(Shanghai Jiao Tong University),
Feng Guo5
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(Shanghai Jiao Tong University),
Jingning Huan8
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(Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
Fournier’s gangrene is a rare, rapidly progressing, and life-threatening infection associated with necrotizing fasciitis in the perineal, genital, and/or lower abdominal regions. Septic shock and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome due to the condition are even rarer events. We describe the case of a 58-year-old man who visited the emergency department with severely painful swelling in the scrotal, perianal, and lower abdominal regions. Physical examination combined with computed tomography and ...
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