Treatment of hypertrophic granulation in burns : review of the literature
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Introduction: Hypertrophic granulation (HG) is defined as abnormal granulation tissue, raised above the level of surrounding skin. HG often occurs with delayed healing, or in areas of graft failure in burns. HG impedes wound healing. Treatment may vary by practitioner. Includes chemical cautery with silver nitrate sticks, topical steroids, and dressing strategies.
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