FEATURES: CASE SERIESClinical Outcomes Following the Use of Ovine Forestomach Matrix (Endoform Dermal Template) to Treat Chronic WoundsLiden, Brock A. DPM; May, Barnaby C. H. PhDAuthor Information Dr Liden is Owner, Reynoldsburg Podiatry Centre, Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Dr May is Scientific Director, Mesynthes Limited, Lower Hutt, New Zealand. Dr Liden has disclosed that he has no financial relationships related to this article. Dr May has disclosed that he is a shareholder in Mesynthes Limited. Acknowledgment: The authors thank Karen Beach for assistance in preparing this manuscript. Submitted February 16, 2012; accepted in revised form September 13, 2012. Advances in Skin & Wound Care: April 2013 - Volume 26 - Issue 4 - p 164-167 doi: 10.1097/01.ASW.0000428862.34294.d4 Buy Metrics AbstractIn Brief The suitability of the ovine forestomach matrix (OFM) for the treatment of recalcitrant wounds was evaluated in 19 patients. At 12 weeks, 50% of wounds had closed, and the average reduction in surface area was 73.4%. Promising outcomes of this initial series support the clinical consideration of OFM. The suitability of the ovine forestomach matrix for the treatment of recalcitrant wounds was evaluated in 19 patients. © 2013 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.