Treatment of Nonhealing Diabetic Lower Extremity Ulcers with Skin Graft and Autologous Platelet Gel: A Case Series
Two chronic ulcers (15 × 10 cm2 and 5 × 7 cm2) with surrounding scar tissues (a). After adequate debridement, the wound was sprayed with PRP and thrombin (b). Skin graft was applied on gel-covered wound bed (c). Durable wound coverage 10 months after skin graft (d, e).