Urinary bladder matrix is a skin substitute material derived from porcine (pig) bladder used extensively in general surgery and to treat burns.

The use of this product has now been extended to include periorbital reconstruction and is an effective alternative to granulation, skin grafts, or flaps in selected patients, according to Mark A. Alford, MD, FACS, an oculoplastic surgeon with North Texas Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery, Privia Medical Group, in Fort Worth.

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