International Journal of Surgical Wound Care
Online ISSN : 2435-2128
Case Reports
One-Stage Reconstruction of a Sarcoma Developed from a Hypertrophic Scar by Using Integra thin® Combined with Split Thickness Skin Grafts
Hana IshiiYuki TabataFumiya KinoshitaAkihiko SakagamiMasanobu YamashitaKenichi Shimada
ジャーナル フリー

2021 年 2 巻 1 号 p. 15-19


A bilaminated dermal regeneration substitute usually requires a two-step procedure to achieve wound closure. Integra thin® (Integra Life sciences Crop., NJ, USA) is thinner than bilayer Integra® and does not require additional waiting time for the formation of the neodermis, making it possible to undertake the reconstruction of full-thickness skin defects in a single-stage procedure. We describe the successful use of Integra thin® in a single-stage procedure in combination with a split-thickness skin graft in a patient who was diagnosed with cutaneous malignancy after surgery.

© Japan Society for Surgical Wound Care 2021
前の記事 次の記事