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Scar-Free Embryonic Wound Healing and the Prevention of Scarring Following Wound Healing in the Adult
Journal of Theoretical Medicine
The development of scarring following accidental injury or surgery is an important clinical problem, often resulting in adverse effects on frowth and function, as well as an undersirable cosmetic appearance. Adult wound healing and scar formation are characterised by acute inflammation, wound contraction and disordered collagen deposition. Similar processes may also be involved in the progression of fibrotic disease states such as pulmonary fibrosis and hepatic cirrhosis. A major clinicaldoi:10.1080/10273669708833002 fatcat:ffcxalf5cfe3bg72uv6jihrdwe