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is cobblestoning purely a surgical error? or could the patient's skin type (if prone to scarring) also lead to cobblestoning?

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Cobblestoning are the result of poor technique, it mainly occurs when skin disc on the graft is too large and often placed just above the skin surface

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It’s surgical error. Poor growth, can be due to physiological factors. What’s called the “x” factor.

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