Striae distensae: a comprehensive review and evidence‐based evaluation of prophylaxis and treatment

@article{AlHimdani2014StriaeDA,
  title={Striae distensae: a comprehensive review and evidence‐based evaluation of prophylaxis and treatment},
  author={S. Al-Himdani and S. Ud-Din and S. Gilmore and A. Bayat},
  journal={British Journal of Dermatology},
  year={2014},
  volume={170}
}
Striae distensae are an extremely common, therapeutically challenging form of dermal scarring. Risk factors have been reported but much remains to be understood about their epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment. Up‐to‐date knowledge of the scientific research and the evidence behind both preventative and therapeutic agents are vital in order to understand striae and to offer patients the best therapeutic alternatives. We present a clinical review of the current literature concerning striae… Expand
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