Full thickness graft can obtained from all of the following EXCEPT
a. Full thickness grafts are ideal for visible areas of the face that are inaccessible by local flaps or when local flops are contraindicated. Full thickness grafts also undergo less contraction while healing.
b. This is important on face, as well as hand and over joints.
c. Donor site selection is an important component of skin grafting should take into account the characteristic of the recipient site. Match thickness, texture, pigmentation and presence or absence of hair as closely as possible. Full thickness graft may be harvested from the upper eyelid, nasolabial fold, preauricular and postauricular region and supraclavicular fossa.
d. These donor sites often used to close a wound on face or neck. Less common donor site include airless growing skin, dorsum of foot, wrist flexion crease and elbow crease.