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August 1992


Arch Surg. 1992;127(8):960. doi:10.1001/archsurg.1992.01420080094015

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Updated Table and Terminology

In the article entitled "Decreased Wound Contraction With Fibrin Glue—Treated Skin Grafts," published in the April 1992 issue of the Archives (1992;127:404-406), Table 1 should have appeared as follows:

Also on page 405, the first two complete sentences in the left-hand column should have read, "At 9 days after grafting, graft sites that were treated with fibrin glue had contracted 11 percentage points less than did their adjacent control sites. At 12, 15, and 21 days after grafting, the wounds treated with fibrin glue had contracted 14 to 15 percentage points less than did the control wounds (Table 1)."

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