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an elevated scar resembling a keloid but which does not spread into surrounding tissues, is rarely painful, and regresses spontaneously; collagen bundles run parallel to the skin surface.
hypertrophic scarKeloid, see there.
A keloidal scar that develops with excessive or exuberant fibrous tissue, is easily visible, is raised above the surrounding skin, and sometimes causes contracture.
characterized by a state of hypertrophy.
hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy
see hypertrophic osteopathy.
a protruding scar resembling a fibroma or collagen nevus.
cicatrix; a mark remaining after the healing of a wound, such as one caused by injury, illness or surgery.
contraction of scar tissue causing constriction of vascular channel or hollow viscus.
in judging dogs, scars resulting from injuries suffered as a result of work are permissible and do not detract from the dog's features.
an overabundance of connective tissue in a wound, identified by history of traumatized wound, infection and histological examination reveals hairs, foreign body, pockets of infection.
a dense mass of granulation tissue.