partial-thickness

partial-thickness

(par′shăl-thik′nĕs)
Pert. to a graft, wound, or pressure sore affecting the epidermis and part of the dermis.
References in periodicals archive ?
The study was conducted among outpatients with non-healing diabetic foot ulcers, venous leg ulcers and surgical or traumatic wounds managed with AlloSkin, a meshed, partial-thickness, cryopreserved human skin allograft.
Pathology in the patellofemoral joint included not only "early" features of OA, such as bone marrow lesions and partial-thickness cartilage loss, but also frank osteophytes on MRI, they noted.
of Surgery, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine & Public Health and Director of Stratatech Corporation, "Clinical Evaluation of StrataGrait Tissue as an Alternate to Autografting Deep Partial-Thickness Burns;" Angela Christiano, Ph.
An "L-strut" is fashioned, utilizing cartilage scoring, partial-thickness tension-releasing incisions, wedge excision, (6) or complete fragmentation and restoration on PDS foil (PDS, Ethicon; Norderstedt, Germany).
Specific wounds the device is designed to manage are chronic, acute, traumatic, subacute and dehisced wounds, partial-thickness bums, diabetic and pressure ulcers, flaps, and grafts, extriCARE can be used in acute hospital settings, wound clinics, nursing homes, and inside the home under supervision of a trained healthcare professional, according to the company.
Effect of anterior supraspinatus tendon partial-thickness tears on infraspinatus tendon strain through a range of joint rotation angles.
Conventional care of partial-thickness burns often requires painful, time-consuming and costly twice-daily dressing changes to clean the wound and apply topical antimicrobial agents.
It may be possible to treat partial-thickness burns in a general hospital, but all full-thickness burns exceeding 5% or those in special areas (hands, face, perineum) should be referred.
Scant tissue loss type A skin tear with scant tissue loss is a partial-thickness wound in which 25% or less of the epidermal flap is lost and in which at least 75 % or more of the dermis is covered by the flap.
The effect of lesion size and tissue remodeling on ST deviation in partial-thickness ischemia.
They cover the primary prevention and risk reduction for integumentary disorders, and impaired integumentary integrity associated with superficial skin involvement, with partial-thickness skin involvement and scar formation, with full-thickness skin involvement and scar formation, and with skin involvement extending into fascia, muscle or bone and scar formation.