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Cultured epidermal allograft

Summary Information: Cultured epidermal allograft

Cultured epidermal allograft: A cultured epidermal allograft is a sheet of donated human skin cells with a collagen matrix that is used as a wound dressing in patients suffering from epidermolysis bullosa (EB). EB causes blisters and sores to appear on the skin, most prominently the fingers and toes, which leads to excessive scarring and deformity.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Cultured epidermal allograft

These diseases are related to the medical device Cultured epidermal allograft:

Other Names For Cultured epidermal allograft

  • Cultured skin allograft
  • Allogenic skin graft
  • Skin repair device
  • Skin substitute

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