publication . Article . 2011

Axillary burn contracture treated with Integra®

Rocío Las Heras F; Diego Marré N; Ricardo Roa G; Gerardo Correa S; Hernán Norambuena B; José Luis Piñeros B;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2011 Journal: Revista chilena de cirugía, volume 63, pages 276-279 (eissn: 0718-4026, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: SciELO Comision Nacional de Investigacion Cientifica Y Tecnologica (CONICYT)
Abstract
Las quemaduras axilares severas son un accidente infrecuente que evolucionan a la retracción generando deficiencias cosméticas y funcionales. Estas cicatrices son difíciles de tratar por las características anatómicas del área, donde la corrección de un vector de movimiento puede alterar otro. Objetivo: Mostrar nuestros resultados utilizando el sustituto cutáneo Integra® en el tratamiento de cicatrices retráctiles axilares por quemadura. Pacientes y Métodos: Se recolectaron antecedentes médicos y fotográficos de pacientes portadores de cicatrices retráctiles axilares por quemadura entre enero de 2002 y marzo de 2006 en el Hospital del Trabajador de Santiago. Se ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Artificial skin substitutes, Integra®, axillary contractures, axillary burns, Sustitutos cutáneos artificiales, contracturas axilares, quemaduras axilares, Medicine, business.industry, business, Humanities
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