In-situ repair surgery combined with bidirectional photodynamic therapy: a new option for acne inversa/hidradenitis suppurativa---Supplemental Material

Published: 01-10-2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/pt2cfgmmrg.2
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Liu Yang

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Supplemental Figures: Supplemental Figure 1. One representative AI patients in the face treated by the surgery and PDT. A, Before the treatment. B, The skin in the face was cut in an arc along the edge of the damaged area. C, The necrotic tissues and sinuses . D, The necrotic tissues in the damage were slowly removed and the epidermis, dermis or partially trimmed subcutaneous tissue were retained. E and F, After the surgery, PDT was applied immediately to the wound for two sessions. G, The wound was sutured with 5-0 sutures in order to facilitate healing and reduce the contraction of skin flap. H, After 13 months of follow-up. Supplemental Figure 2. Three representative AI patients in the scalp treated by the surgery and PDT. A, Straight incision, postoperative 12 days and one month. He had been followed up for 12-month by phone since he was away from home. Patient B, I-shaped incision, postoperative 5 days and a 16-month follow-up. C, Multiple incisions, postoperative 14 days and a 14-month follow-up. Supplemental Figure 3. Four representative AI patients at different sites treated by the surgery and PDT. A, Irregular incision, postoperative 14 days and a 14-month follow-up. B, Straight incision, postoperative 14 days and a 36-month follow-up. C, Multiple incisions, postoperative one day and a 18-month follow-up. D, Curved incision, postoperative one month and a 11-month follow-up. Supplemental Figure 4. Different lesions during surgery Supplemental Figure 5. PDT on the wound and on the skin

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