grafting of skin

grafting of skin

 See Skin graft.
References in classic literature ?
The grafting of skin and bone is done to facilitate healing: the surgeon places in the middle of the wound pieces of skin snipped from another animal, or fragments of bone from a victim freshly killed.
"Grafting of skin and oral mucosa in the oral and maxillofacial regions" Oral and Maxillofacial Clinics of North America.
When adequate mucosa cannot be harvested, composite grafting of skin and mucosa is another option, but this may lead to worse outcomes than a graft comprised entirely of mucosa [6].