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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 10, Number 2, March 2002

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Normal scarring: importance of myofibroblasts
pp. 86-92(7)
Authors: LORENA, DIONNE; UCHIO, KOZUE; ALTO COSTA, ANDRÉA MONTE; DESMOULIÈRE, ALEXIS

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Clinical evaluation of scars
pp. 93-97(5)
Author: TÉOT, LUC

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Current developments and uses of cryosurgery in the treatment of keloids and hypertrophic scars
pp. 98-102(5)
Authors: ZOUBOULIS, CHRISTOS C.; ZOURIDAKI, EFTICHIA; ROSENBERGER, ALINA; DALKOWSKI, ANNETTE

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Chronic wound scars
pp. 103-106(4)
Author: MEAUME, SYLVIE

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Role of T-lymphocytes and cytokines in post-burn hypertrophic scars
pp. 107-108(2)
Authors: CASTAGNOLI, CARLOTTA; STELLA, MAURIZIO; MAGLIACANI, GILBERTO

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Skin cell culture and wound healing
pp. 109-112(4)
Authors: COULOMB, BERNARD; DUBERTRET, LOUIS

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Scarring process after induced dermabrasion
pp. 113-115(3)
Authors: LE PILLOUER, PROST ANNE; CASANOVA, DOMINIQUE

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Treatment of scars by steroid injections
pp. 116-117(2)
Author: GIOVANNINI, UBERTO M.

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Biological effects of silicone gel sheeting
pp. 118-121(4)
Author: BORGOGNONI, LORENZO

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Pressure therapy to treat burn scars
pp. 122-125(4)
Author: ROQUES, CLAUDE

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Massage applied to scars
pp. 126-128(3)
Author: ROQUES, CLAUDE

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