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Treatment of Leg Chronic Wounds with Dermal Substitutes and Thin Skin Grafts

By Silvestro Canonico, Ferdinando Campitiello, Angela Della Corte, Vincenzo Padovano and Gianluca Pellino

Submitted: April 27th 2012Reviewed: July 25th 2012Published: February 6th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/51852

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Silvestro Canonico, Ferdinando Campitiello, Angela Della Corte, Vincenzo Padovano and Gianluca Pellino (February 6th 2013). Treatment of Leg Chronic Wounds with Dermal Substitutes and Thin Skin Grafts, Skin Grafts Madhuri Gore, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/51852. Available from:

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