Failed skin graft for skin cancer

Failed skin graft for skin cancer

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Credit: DR P. MARAZZI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Failed skin graft for skin cancer. Broken down skin on a 63-year-old man's leg, revealing the deep fascia (muscle membranes, yellow). This resulted from a failed skin graft that was attempted after surgery to remove secondary cancer. The cancer spread to the leg from a retromolar carcinoma, a cancer of the mouth affecting the mandible (jaw bone) in the region of the retromolar gap behind the last molar.

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