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EJCM. 2018; 6(3): 107-110

Excesive Scar Formation After Surgical Operations And Injuries: Expirience of Early Diagnosis and Prophyilaxis

Oxana Vladimirova; Vladimir Vladimirov; Karen Amlaev; Peter Lavreshin.

Aim: To show experience in determination of the risk factors of pathologic scars formations, in early diagnosis, to prove the importance of early prophylaxis and to provide the comparison in different prophylaxis schemes.

Material and Methods: According to our studies, more than 40% of patients in surgery and traumatology have an individual tendency to pathological scar formation, which must be taken into account when planning anti-scar therapy or prophylaxis. In addition, there are well-known factors that significantly increase the risk of formation of gross visible scars. Such as: Long-term wounds, inflammation, increased immune reaction of organism, technical specify of operation, strangulation of sutures, allergic reactions on threads and others.

Results: The result was monitored in each case for at least 6 months through clinical examination and dynamic examinations. Evaluation of the effectiveness was carried out by filling in the scar’s card, including the subjective part – on the characteristics of the rumen on the basis of the patient’s complaints, and objective – the data of the examination and research.

Conclusion: For patients there are no small consequences of operations. Often there are the first things they ask is whether the scar remains. And our aim is to try make traces of surgical intervention as small as possible by easy, fast and effective way.

Key words: connective tissue hyperplasia;pathological scars;predisposition;early prevention;compression

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