AlloDerm is an acellular human dermis product used for skin replacement surgeries. AlloDerm uses donated cadaver skin that has been aseptically treated, a process that removes cells that might interfere with implantation and cause graft failure. Originally used for a number of skin graft surgeries, after 2000 AlloDerm was popularized as an adjunct material in breast reconstruction and abdominal hernia operations. Numerous patients that have undergone these surgeries have reported severe side effects, including life-threatening infection, hernia recurrence, abdominal deformity, explantation of implant, and injury to surrounding organs.
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