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Abnormal expression of the vitamin D receptor in keloid scars

Source
Burns journal. August
Year of publication
2017
Abstract
Keloids are abnormal fibroproliferative scars that pose a significant challenge to patients and clinicians. The molecular basis for keloid formation remains incompletely understood, and currently no universally effective treatments exist. It is well recognized that keloids are more prevalent in populations with darkly pigmented skin, such as African Americans, but the basis for the link between skin color and keloid risk is not known
Date added
08/08/2017
Created by
Yvonne Stubbington
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health