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October 4, 1941

THE BLANKET SPLIT SKIN GRAFT FOR COVERING LARGE GRANULATING AREAS

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Minneapolis

JAMA. 1941;117(14):1173-1174. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.72820400001009
Abstract

So much has been written on the subject of skin grafting over granulating areas that further papers can do little more than repeat what has been said. The last presentation of Dr. Sumner L. Koch in Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics in January and February 1941 is so complete in every detail and covers every phase of the subject so well that little can be written that is really new. We do feel that in one particular we can add to the literature and for that reason are making this report.

Small granulating areas can be easily and quickly covered by most of the accepted technics with the razor grafts of Blair and Brown and their associates or with the small deep grafts of Davis. At times the implantation seed grafts of Braun can be used to advantage. In the resurfacing of large areas involving a complete loss of the skin

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