After granulations have formed, skin-grafting is of value in hastening healing.
So somebody had to furnish some skin for a skin-grafting job, and I did it.
If skin-grafting be performed a week or more after the primary operation.
As a rule, skin-grafting is not necessary after this operation.
If skin-grafting has been successfully performed the duration of healing may be considerably shorter.
Readers are doubtless aware of the curious results that may be obtained by skin-grafting.
skin-grafting is sometimes useful in covering in the large raw surface left after separation or removal of sloughs.
skin-grafting is of great value in hastening healing after extensive burns, and in preventing cicatricial contraction.
In such cases it may be justifiable to do skin-grafting after the acute symptoms have subsided.
A week or ten days later, as soon as granulations begin to form, skin-grafting may be undertaken (see p. 410).