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Comparision of clinical and histopathological results of hyalomatrix usage in adult patients.

@article{Erbatur2012ComparisionOC,
  title={Comparision of clinical and histopathological results of hyalomatrix usage in adult patients.},
  author={Serkan Erbatur and Yusuf Kenan Çoban and Engin Nasuhi Aydın},
  journal={International journal of burns and trauma},
  year={2012},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={
          118-25
        }
}
Clinical and histopathological results of the hyaluronic acid skin substitute treatment of the patients who admitted to Inonu University Medical Faculty Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery clinic between january 2011 and march 2012 were evaluated. The patients were divided into two groups. HA were used for treatment of Hypertrophic scar (HS) or Keloid (K) in 10 patients of the first group. Skin biopsies obtained at peroperative and postoperative 3rd month were subjected to… 

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