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The use of full-thickness and split-thickness grafts as coverage over chronic wounds remains limited by a number of factors. Epidermal grafting offers an option for autografts and uses only a minimal amount of superficial epidermis from the donor site. An automated epidermal harvesting system is now commercially available and allows quick harvest and transfer of the epidermal micrografts at the bedside without anesthesia, with minimal donor site healing time and patient discomfort. The use of epidermal grafts in chronic wounds and the harvesting technique are reviewed here.

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