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By Igor Safonov

This atlas is a complete advisor to the therapy and correction of scars. it's divided into 4 sections masking the different sorts of scar: atrophic and stretch marks, keloid and hypertrophic, normotrophic, and combined. for every scar kind, a number of the invasive and minimally invasive systems and their effects are documented because of a number of top of the range images. within the part on keloid and hypertrophic scars, remedy is gifted in accordance with scar localization. additionally, the impact of etiology on therapy is taken into account, with contrast among scars as a result of accidents, animal bites, inflammatory illnesses (including zits and varicella), and burns. Care is taken to tell apart among methods compatible for clean scars (in the irritation, proliferation, and maturation stages) and people applicable for scars current for multiple 12 months. strength hostile results and issues of therapy also are explored.​

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TCA trichloroacetic acid Fig. 27 Herpes simplex blister 3 days after microdermabrasion. (a) Panoramic photo. (b) Enlargement photo Treatment For the postinjury forehead and nasal bridge scars seen in Fig. ) (two procedures per session at 7- to 10-day intervals). 5 months. Enzyme cream was applied twice a day in-between the procedures. Daily evening Matricol collagen biomatrix hydration was used between peeling sessions for 40 min for 10–12 days. The treatment course was 7 months. Complications On removal of the epidermal barrier (peeling, dermabrasion), bacterial or virus infection may occur (Fig.

The interval between the procedures constitutes 1 month. Forehead scars (Fig. 37d): two microdermabrasion procedures and two cryodestruction sessions with three 8 s cryocycles at 1 month interval (Fig. 37e). In-between the procedures enzyme cream and “Kelofibrase” is applied four to five times daily. After 2 months, the third upper eyelid cryodestruction procedure was performed with forehead scar CIT and atheroma surgical removal (Fig. 37e, yellow arrow). The endpoint results are in Fig. 37c, f.

46) with nylon brushes and diamond cutters (Fig. 47a). The application point of this method is papillary dermis until there is pinpoint bleeding (“blood dew”; Fig. 47b). Surgical dermabrasion employing rotational grates was first described in 1905 by Kromayer. This method reached its peak of popularity in the 1950s–1980s. However, the present notion of atrophic scar dermabrasion has changed: Nylon brushes and diamond cutters remove the normal skin surrounding the scar (Fig. 46a, b). In fact, skin atrophy is intentional to reduce the scar depth visually not by lifting the scar bottom to the surface but by removing healthy skin, lowering it to the level of the scar bottom.

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