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Fig. 2 | BMC Surgery

Fig. 2

From: A retrospective case series of Fournier’s gangrene: necrotizing fasciitis in perineum and perianal region

Fig. 2

a Clinical manifestation after admission in abdomen view; b clinical manifestation in perineum view; c emergency surgical debridement was performed to control the invasive infection that involved the subcutaneous tissue and fascia, but muscle involvement was not obvious; d the excised necrotic tissue; e wound in perineum; f wound in right buttock; g repeated debridement was performed on the 5th day after admission; h wound bed manifestation after NPWT; i abdominal wound was closed by secondary suture and skin graft; j wound in right buttock was closed by secondary suture

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