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R.D. Wolcott, D.D. Rhoads, S.E. Dowd
Journal of Wound Care, Vol. 17, Iss. 8, 01 Aug 2008, pp 333 - 341

In contrast to the commonly accepted hypothesis of host-centred pathology,
it is possible that surface bacteria, not host dysfunction, cause the chronicity
and perpetual inflammation associated with chronic non-healing wounds

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