Update on hypertrophic scar treatment

@inproceedings{Rabello2014UpdateOH,
  title={Update on hypertrophic scar treatment},
  author={Felipe Bettini Rabello and Cleyton Dias Souza and Jayme Adriano Farina J{\'u}nior},
  booktitle={Clinics},
  year={2014}
}
Scar formation is a consequence of the wound healing process that occurs when body tissues are damaged by a physical injury. Hypertrophic scars and keloids are pathological scars resulting from abnormal responses to trauma and can be itchy and painful, causing serious functional and cosmetic disability. The current review will focus on the definition of hypertrophic scars, distinguishing them from keloids and on the various methods for treating hypertrophic scarring that have been described in… CONTINUE READING

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