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If frank failure of the graft has occurred, I believe the child should be admitted to the hospital, the failure area should be cleaned up, and a new full-thickness or thick split-thickness graft applied.
Although the split-thickness graft healed well, within a few days necrosis developed on the 3-cm distal aspect of the cervicofacial rotational flap, and it failed to seat against the underlying cervical structures.
Complete closure was noted among 43% of the patients in the EpiDex group, compared with 34% of those in the split-thickness graft group, a difference that was not statistically significant.