Treatment of Nonhealing Diabetic Lower Extremity Ulcers with Skin Graft and Autologous Platelet Gel: A Case Series
Chronic ulcer (10 × 15 cm2) deep to the periosteum of calcaneus bone (Arrow) (a). After adequate debridement, the wound was sprayed with PRP and thrombin (b). Skin graft was applied on gel-covered wound bed (c). Skin graft loss (3 cm2) over the periosteum, 2 months after skin graft (d).