Tissue-Adhesion Techniques in the Treatment of Extensive Postoperative Cavities and Fistulae

  • H. G. Bruck
  • E. Würinger
Conference paper


Artificial tissue adhesion with the help of the two-component fibrin glue has proved an effective aid in the treatment of large wounds and fistulae. The selection of patients and the mode of treatment are discussed and illustrated by the histories of typical cases.

Key words

Tissue adhesion fistulae large wounds plastic surgery 


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  • H. G. Bruck
  • E. Würinger

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