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Silicone occlusive treatment of hypertrophic scar in the rabbit model Print

Alexandrina S. Saulis, Jerome D. Chao, Alvin Telser, Jon E. Mogford, Thomas A. Mustoe
Aesthetic Surgery Journal
March 2002 (Vol. 22, Issue 2, Pages 147-153)


Hypertrophic scar formation at sites of healed cutaneous injury often produces functional and esthetic deficits. Treatments have been limited in part by a lack of understanding of scar etiology and the lack of animal models of hypertrophic scarring. Silicone dressing is reported to provide positive outcomes with respect to a reduction in scar hypertrophy and an improvement in color differences, although the exact mechanism is unknown.

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The fate of cryopreserved adipose aspirates after in vivo transplantation Print

Lee L.Q. Pu, Xiangdong Cui, Jihui Li, Betsy F. Fink, Michael L. Cibull, Dayong Gao
Aesthetic Surgery Journal
November 2006 (Vol. 26, Issue 6, Pages 653-661)


Successful long-term preservation of adipose tissues may have an important impact on future clinical application of autologous fat transplantation. Our group has recently developed an optimal cryopreservation method for possible long-term preservation of adipose aspirates.

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Biomechanical properties of the superficial fascial system Print

Angela Y. Song, Morad Askari, Erdrin Azemi, Sean Alber, Dennis J. Hurwitz, Kacey G. Marra, Kenneth C. Shestak, Richard Debski, J. Peter Rubin
Aesthetic Surgery Journal
July 2006 (Vol. 26, Issue 4, Pages 395-403)


Surgical repair of the superficial fascial system (SFS) has been claimed to both increase wound strength and enhance surgical outcome through anchoring of deeper tissues.

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