Hip ulcer secondary to foreign body reaction and vacuum-assisted closure therapy: report of a case

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Patients who have a foreign body reaction are at risk of developing chronic ulcers secondary to necrosis, due to the inflammation present in the affected tissues or trauma, worsened by alterations in the vascular perfusion. These ulcers represent a therapeutic challenge for both physicians and patients.

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