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Behandling af ar med injiceret fedt

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  1. Indblik i simuleringsteknik som beslutningsstøtte for COVID-19-interventioner

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  2. Kontinuerlig glukosemonitorering af patienter med type 1- og type 2-diabetes i dialysebehandling

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  3. Svær adenoviruspneumoni hos en immunkompetent mand

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  4. Allergisk kontakteksem ved anvendelse af insulinpumper og glukosesensorer hos børn med diabetes

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  5. Remdesivir til behandling af COVID-19-pneumoni

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  1. Increased risk of incident primary cancer after Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia: A matched cohort study

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  2. Enhanced Recovery After Head and Neck Cancer Reconstruction With a Free Flap-What Is Next?

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  3. Kønsmodificerende kirurgi i Danmark

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  4. Surgical management of the Tessier 7 cleft: A review and presentation of 5 cases

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  5. Delayed two-stage breast reconstruction: The impact of radiotherapy

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Hypertrophic, keloidal and contracted scars can be cosmetically and functionally debilitating, and by patients this is often perceived as traumatising. Psychological and social impairments are common in these types of scars. Currently, autologous lipofilling, with or without enrichment with stem cells, is performed to improve scar quality. In this review, we evaluate the evidence on lipofilling as a treatment of scars. The literature mainly consists of studies of low-level evidence, i.e. they lack controls and randomisation. Nevertheless, all studies indicate, that lipofilling may improve the quality of scars.

Translated title of the contributionTreating scars with lipofilling
Original languageDanish
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Volume180
Issue number26
Pages (from-to)2-5
ISSN0041-5782
Publication statusPublished - 25 Jun 2018

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