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EBNESINA 2011, 14(1 And 2): 69-72 Back to browse issues page
A successful reconstructive surgery of a chronic wound with a thirty- years history of a burn scar: A case report study
N Vasei, K Jahangiri
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A major cause of chronic wound is deep ulcer resulted from burn scar. Burn wounds that do not heal within 3 weeks can change to burn scars. These scars often remain in the inflammatory phase for a long and do not have function of normal skin. So, mild trauma to this scar can cause tissue damage that leads to chronic wound. In modern surgery, after 7 days total burned tissue excision can help to lead primary healing. In this paper we present a successful surgical treatment of a rare case with a history of multiple chronic wounds on his left leg from 30 years ago in underlying burn ulcers from 60 years ago.
Keywords: Chronic wound, Bum scar, Skin grafting
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Type of Study: Original |
Received: 2012/05/23 | Accepted: 2014/06/3 | Published: 2014/06/3
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Vasei N, Jahangiri K. A successful reconstructive surgery of a chronic wound with a thirty- years history of a burn scar: A case report study. EBNESINA. 2011; 14 (1 and 2) :69-72
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