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Koebner Phenomenon Developed on Skin Grafts and Flaps But Not on Graft Donor Site in a Psoriasis Patient

Other Title
피부 이식 수술후 발생한 건선의 Koebner 현상
윤, 경한; 김, 재현; 이, 은소
Korean journal of dermatology, 39(7):850-852, 2001
Journal Title
Korean journal of dermatology; 대한피부과학회지
The Koebner phenomenon describes the appearance of new isomorphic lesions on otherwise normal-looking skin in response to trauma. A 42-year-old male presented erythematous macules and patches with silvery scales on left leg, right knee, and

surgical wounds including skin grafts, flaps, and donor sites for flaps, but not on the donor site for split thickness skin graft. He had received surgical treatment for electrical burns on both arms 4 months before the skin lesions developed. The

mechanisms of the phenomenon is not clear yet. We present evidence that local factors may be important in the development of the Koebner phenomenon.
PsoriasisKoebner phenomenonSkin graftFlap
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