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That depends on far too many variable factors to be addressed here. The doctors should be able to tell you approximately how long it will be, subject to unexpected difficulties.

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Q: What is the common recovery time after having skin grafts?
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Who would need a skin transplant?

Burn patients may require skin grafts. Some accident victims may also need skin grafts. Patients with ulcerations may need skin grafts.

What is skin trafficking?

When people are killed and their skin is used for skin grafts.

What does cm2 mean in reference to skin grafts?

cm2 in reference to skin grafts means square centimeters; it's a measure of area.

Are skin grafts expensive?

doctor told me skin grafting is very expensive why

The use of artificial skin has reduced the number of skin grafts for burn victims?


What can be done for vitiligo?

Ultraviolet light, corticosteroids, or skin grafts

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Skin Grafts are commonly done.

Why is artificial skin bad?

Because it may reduce a need for grafts!

What are the examples of grafting?

A graft refers to something transplanted surgically. Examples of grafts include skin grafts, limb grafts, and even heart grafting, with doctors transplanting pig arteries into a living person's heart.

What happens if you don't have a skin graft?

Many people don't have skin grafts, so you'd be fine.

Why are skin grafts used?

a Skin Graft is a type of medical grafting involving the transplantation of skin. The transplanted tissue is called a skin graft. Skin Grafting is often used to treat: -Extensive wounding or trauma -Burns -Areas of extensive skin loss due to infection such as necrotizing fasciitis or purpura fulminans -Specific surgeries that may require skin grafts for healing to occur. Skin Grafts are often employed after serious injuries when some of the bodys skin is damaged. Surgical removal of the damaged skin is followed by skin grafting. There are 2 types of skin grafts: the more common type is where a thin layer is removed from a healthy part of the body like peeling a potato, OR a full thickness skin graft, which involves pitching and cutting skin away from donor section. A full thickness graft is more risky, in terms of the body accepting the skin, yet it leaves only a scar line on the donor section, similar to a Ceasarean section scar.

How can skin be replaced after a third degree burn?

Skin can be grown back. They may require skin grafts and other surgeries if they are very severe.