Efficacy of maggot debridement therapy on refractory leg ulcers of Behcet disease: an open-label study
Kecici, A. S.
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Background Cutaneous ulcers of Behcet disease (BD) are rare but have high morbidity and resistance to conventional therapies. An important and essential aspect of ulcer management is debridement. Regarding maggot therapy (MT), excretions of the green bottle fly, Lucilia sericata, have been shown to have the ability to remove necrotic debris and promote healing.
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