Skin grafting

What is Skin grafting?

Skin grafting is a type of graft surgery involving the transplantation of skin. The transplanted tissue is called a skin graft.

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My husband had a small scab on the side of his nose that he kept scratching off, over time it has become a small crater that weeps and never heals....

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A persistent non healing ulcer can be carcinomatous. Since there is a crater which is not healing, getting a...

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I am 38 yrs old housewife,my problem is that due to contuious wearing of chain my neck has turned black round the place of the chain ,can skin...

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skin grafting will not solve ur problem
u have acanthosis nigrans.
check u r sugar level
apply good sunscreen lotion
consult dermatologist for...

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Hello doctor , I had a skin graft on my foreaem around 4 months back. I found a buldge on the draft part. What could be the exact reason, I dont...

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Skin Graft.I need to know why did you get a skin graft 4 months back.Is there is a bulge on it or around it.It would be best if you send a brief...

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I am 39 and amputated my finger 3 weeks ago. My finger could not be re-attached, and instead was given a skin graft on my finger stub. Last night,...

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I have lechtin simplex chronicus and have been suffering with it since 2000. I have gone to Dermetologist and have been given creams and have taken...

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had a basal cell carcinoma removed from left tip of nose. Only left a small indentation of about 1/2 inch circumferance but would like to find a...

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I had a skin graft done the end of march. My donor site is located on the inside of my left arm . Half of the site has a rash that is raised and...

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