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International Clinical Recommendations On Scar Management
Scar Management
Many techniques for management of hypertrophic scars and keloids have been proven through extensive use, but few have been supported by prospective studies with adequate control groups.Several new therapies showed good results in small-scale trials, but these have not been repeated in larger trials with long-term follow-up.
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Clinical Evaluation Of A New-Self Drying Silicone Gel In The Treatment Of Scars
Self Drying Silicone Gel
Topical silicone gel sheeting and intralesional steroids are the only evidence-based recommendable forms of treatment to control the quality of a scar. The advantages and disadvantages of both are well known. This study was undertaken to verify the efficacy of a new topical silicone treatment
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Topical Treatments For Hypertrophic Scars
Hypertrophic Scars
Hypertrophic scars represent an abnormal, exaggerated healing response after skin injury. In addition to cosmetic concern, scars may cause pain, pruritus, contractures, and other functional impairments. Therapeutic modalities include topical medications, intralesional corticosteroids, laser therapy, and cryosurgery.
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