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Eye early signs to minimize risk of complications

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Paris - The development of infection, necrosis, or dehiscence as acute complications after cutaneous reconstruction procedures can be very frightening to patients and have potentially devastating effects on the surgical outcome. Therefore, early diagnosis and proper management, including attention to both the wound and patient's well-being, are critical, Stuart J. Salasche, M.D., said at the World Congress of Dermatology.

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