Keloid scars (colloidal does not exist)

Very often, keloid scars are called colloid scars. Of course this is not true. Most likely, they are connected with chemistry, where there are colloidal solutions. The keloid scar (keloid, from the Greek keleis - tumor and eidos - appearance, similarity) is a tumor-like proliferation of connective tissue fibers. A keloid is a hard scar that projects above the surface of the skin or a scar that rises very sharply above the rest of the skin. It has an irregular shape and, as a rule, gradually increases. Unlike scars, keloids do not disappear with time.

Laser resurfacing of scars

Specialists in laser cosmetology and plastic surgery use laser scars to correct scars of any kind, origin and location, successfully performing even the treatment of keloid cicatrices in and laser removal of scars on the face. By destroying part of the cells in the area of ​​exposure, the laser initiates the process of their recovery by the body, so that the skin again acquires a fresh, healthy appearance, and scars and scars become much less noticeable or disappear altogether.

Pregnancy after laparoscopy in case of polycystosis

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Pregnancy in the syndrome of polycystic ovaries largely depends on the woman herself. If you want to give birth to a full-fledged child, a woman can undergo not only a course of conservative therapy, but also undergo surgery, and also try a combined treatment. Combination therapy includes conservative treatment before and after surgery.

Laparoscopy of the gallbladder

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Laparoscopy of the gallbladder (laparoscopic cholecystectomy) is an endoscopic operation to remove the gallbladder. Laparoscopic examination of the gallbladder is also possible, but it is much less common.

Diagnostic laparoscopy of the cholagogue system can be carried out for oncological suspicions or clarification of the diagnosis of bile duct outflow in the absence of gallstones (eg, adhesive process).

Stitches after laparoscopy

author: doctor Samoilova MA

Laparoscopic techniques for carrying out a number of operations have a number of advantages. And first of all, this is a small amount of surgical intervention and a more rapid rehabilitation. In bed, you need to stay for about four hours or up to a day.

Preparing for laparoscopy

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Before you start laparoscopy, you need a doctor's consultation. The doctor asks the patient about the concomitant diseases in order to identify contraindications.


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