Noriko Aramaki-Hattori

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Chronic expanding haematoma (CEH) is a rare type of haematoma that enlarges slowly and continuously without coagulation. It can occur following surgery because of shear stress-induced bleeding in the scar tissue between the subcutaneous fat and fascia. We present three cases of large chronic CEH that were successfully treated with triamcinolone injections.(More)
Keloids gradually change their shapes as they grow. We hypothesize that the change of keloid morphology reflects the incremental change of the stress patterns occurring in peri-keloid regions due to movement of the keloid-carrying body part. To examine the validity of this hypothesis, we used three-dimensional finite element analysis to calculate the(More)
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