2020
DOI: 10.1111/dth.13942
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Abstract: Atrophic scars that occur after surgical procedure or trauma are considered as a cosmetic problem for patients. Atrophic scarring results usually during wound healing with inadequate production of collagen and connective tissue. Factors that precipitate to the formation of depressed scars include: individual variations in wound healing, wound tension, tissue apposition, and scar contraction. To evaluate the safety and efficacy of PRP vs carboxytherapy in treatment of atrophic scars. This study included 40 pati…

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