Published in an article on https://www.woundsinternational.com/ they talk about the treatment innovations in keloids scars and hypertrophic.
“This article examines the latest innovations and research in the diagnosis and treatment of hypertrophic and keloids scars. It looks at the latest evidence for targeting molecular and cellular pathways as well as emphasising that speed of treatment is crucial in preventing scarring. The authors also outline the direction of future research into scarring and make some recommendations for practice.”
We are just posting an introduction here to develop your interest and if you further want to read up on the entire article you can directly log on to their website and read it there. At the bottom of this reading we have pasted a link to their website where this article is posted.
INTRODUCTION (As posted on the website)
Hypertrophic and keloid scars are defined as benign hyperproliferative growths that occur as an abnormal response to wound healing . As current aesthetic surgical techniques become more standardised and the results more predictable, there is a fine line between acceptable and unacceptable outcomes . Consequently, current management of hypertrophic and keloid scars include a wide range of techniques, from traditional invasive methods to intra-lesional and topical application of agents designed to take effect on a cellular level .
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