Presutures for skin stretching: Step 6A (large photo)

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May 29, 2009
By dvm360.com staff
Finally, remove the lesion or débride the wound, and close the wound by using simple interrupted sutures. However, if you think a tension-type suture is indicated, such a pattern can be used. Some undermining may still be needed to close the skin.
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