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Split-thickness skin grafting of the foot following a burn injury provides excellent coverage to promote early rehabilitation and to facilitate healing. When compared to a more slowly healing, cosmetically unacceptable secondary granulation process, grafting is especially important for the young, active patient for whom hospitalization and immobilization are difficult to maintain. Cosmetic results are also a great concern, especially in the female sector of this age group. The case presentation shows grafting as a successful means of treatment in consideration of these primary goals.