Degloving injury

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Background

  • Severe avulsion injury resulting in skin and subcutaneous fat separating from the underlying tissues
  • Most commonly affect lower extremities
  • Often related to other severe injuries, including neurovascular damage, so the degloved tissue is often nonviable

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Differential Diagnosis

Evaluation

Management

Disposition

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