split-thickness skin graft

split-·thick·ness skin graft

a graft that does not include the full thickness of the dermis, that is, only the epidermis and part of the dermis, or the mucosa and submucosa.
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In one case study, SkinTE was applied to correct a previous failed split-thickness skin graft, Piros tells investors in a research note.
Meatoplasty was performed with a split-thickness skin graft on the denuded anterior EAC bony wall and a temporalis muscle fascia graft on the tympanic membrane and mastoid bone.
A split-thickness skin graft from the patient's scalp was performed 3 weeks after the initial procedure.
In the study, adipose-derived regenerative cells (ADRCs), the active component of Cytori Cell Therapy, were delivered by intravenous injection in a porcine model of mixed full-and partial thickness burn injury covering approximately 20 percent of total body surface area in which full thickness burns were treated with a meshed autologous split-thickness skin graft.
Conclusion: Gauze-based negative-pressure wound therapy on split-thickness skin graft is a cost-effective addition to the care and management of large and complex wounds.
The Mclndoe procedure is one of the most frequently performed surgical procedure which involves the surgical creation of a space in between the rectum and the bladder, placement of a mold covered with a split-thickness skin graft into the space, and use of vaginal dilators postoperatively.
Second stage was only performed when the wound showed adequate granulation tissue and subsequently covered with a split-thickness skin graft.
A multitude of options exists for reconstruction, including primary closure, secondary healing, a vascularized cutaneous flap, a split-thickness skin graft, a full-thickness skin graft, and placement of a partial or total auricular prosthesis.
At the 10th postoperative day, the wound showed signs of reepithelialization and a split-thickness skin graft was applied for terminal closure (Figure 1(f)).
Successful treatment of recalcitrant dissecting cellulitis of the scalp with complete scalp excision and split-thickness skin graft. Dermatol Surg 2003;29:1068-1070.
After the formation of granulation tissue on the second layer of ADM, the wound was closed with split-thickness skin graft (0.4 mm) and NPWT (Figures 8 and 9).