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- Dermatology: treatment of keloids and scarring [RUTE]
- Berman, Brian
- Presents a lecture by Doctor Brian Berman that talks about the treatment of keloids and scarring. Doctor Berman begins explaining immune response modifiers: interferon, imiquimod and TGFβ3. He studies the effects of interferon on keloid fibroblasts extracellular matrix components. The effect of post-operative injections of interferon-alpha2b on recurrence rates on excised keloids is presented. Cases of shaved keloids are analyzed and methods to avoid and optimize post-cirurgical scars are discussed. He also presents a study on effect of frequency and dose of TGFβ3 on scar improvement.
- Educação Superior::Ciências da Saúde::Medicina
- Fundação Oswaldo Cruz. Canal Saúde
- Skin disease
- Educação Superior::Ciências da Saúde::Medicina::Dermatologia
- To learn about the treatment of keloids and scarring
- Duration: 42 min, 58 s
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