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Prinzipien der Narbenkorrektur und Einebnung der Haut

  • P. Eckert
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Zusammenfassung

Hautveränderungen in Form von Pigmentkonzentrationen, z.B. nach Tätowierungen (dekorativ, traumatisch), oder Strukturunregelmäßigkeiten, z.B. Narben nach Unfall oder Krankheit, ebenso wie altersbedingte Fältchenbildungen können besonders an exponierten Körperstellen zu einer erheblichen Beeinträchtigung der äußeren Erscheinung führen. Mit Einschränkungen sind auch einige auf die Haut begrenzte Hämangiome (Naevus flammeus, Naevus teleangiectaticus, Naevus araneus) den hier beschriebenen Behandlungsmöglichkeiten zugänglich.

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