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Two cases which involved a massive avulsion injury of the lower extremities are presented. In both cases the treatment consisted of sequential debridement during the initial period after which negative pressure wound therapy was applied for a period of three to four weeks in order to enable the formation of a solid layer of granulation tissue and a clinically clean wound. Subsequently, INTEGRA® DRTwas fixed to the wound bed with negative pressure wound therapy. During the next three weeksdoi:10.26800/lv-141-5-6-20 fatcat:epqcb4duj5aallbnmhlsgarcry