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Figure 3: An example of a “containment” dressing or a “biobag” used in maggot debridement therapy. The permeable bag allows larval secretions to interact with the wound while at the same time preventing the maggots from migrating. Modified from Williams et al.,[56] under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License

Figure 3: An example of a “containment” dressing or a “biobag” used in maggot debridement therapy. The permeable bag allows larval secretions to interact with the wound while at the same time preventing the maggots from migrating. Modified from Williams <i>et al</i>.,<sup>[56]</sup> under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License