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"Minced Skin Grafting for Promoting Wound Healing and Improving Donor Site Appearance after Split-thickness Skin Grafting: A Prospective Half-side Comparative Trial".

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Summary of ""Minced Skin Grafting for Promoting Wound Healing and Improving Donor Site Appearance after Split-thickness Skin Grafting: A Prospective Half-side Comparative Trial"."

Minced skin grafting (MG) is a procedure that involves mincing of the harvested skin and grafting it back onto the wounds. We aimed to investigate whether MG reduces the healing time and improves the sequential postoperative appearance of donor sites.

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Name: Plastic and reconstructive surgery
ISSN: 1529-4242
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