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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: An example of a “confinement” dressing, with the wound itself serving as the bottom of the “container” that holds the larvae. Applied circumferentially around the cutaneous wound edges is the protective hydrocolloid sheet, over which the netting material is placed. Once secured with adhesive tape, the top portion of the dressing effectively prevents larvae from migrating out of the wound

Figure 2: An example of a “confinement” dressing, with the wound itself serving as the bottom of the “container” that holds the larvae. Applied circumferentially around the cutaneous wound edges is the protective hydrocolloid sheet, over which the netting material is placed. Once secured with adhesive tape, the top portion of the dressing effectively prevents larvae from migrating out of the wound