Protocols for the Treatment of Stretch Marks of the Skin: A Systematic Review of Intervention

@inproceedings{Soares2019ProtocolsFT,
  title={Protocols for the Treatment of Stretch Marks of the Skin: A Systematic Review of Intervention},
  author={Ver{\^o}nica Mendes Soares and Amanda Mendes da Fonseca Benvindo and D{\'e}bora Cavalcante Braz and Ot{\'a}vio da Fonseca Benvindo Filho and {\'I}talo Tobler Silva and Vit{\'o}ria Pimentel Martins Felix and Maria das Graças Carvalho},
  year={2019}
}
Introduction: The splines are dermal parallel linear macroscopically apparent scars associated with the atrophy of the epidermis. A desfigurante and aestética condition of skin; if present as splines rubras, who are recent, and the psychological comimpacto white striations in patients and without therapeutic options for effective reversal. Objective: To assess randomized clinical tests to demonstrate therapeutic effectiveness of protocols used in dermal splines. Method: Searches of major… CONTINUE READING

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