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Post Inflammatory Hypopigmentation and Scars

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9.38% of the posts that mention Post Inflammatory Hypopigmentation also mention Scars (6 posts)

Post Inflammatory Hypopigmentation

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Medications mentioned with Post Inflammatory Hypopigmentation

Scars

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(Scar)
Scars are areas of fibrous tissue (fibrosis) that replace normal skin after injury. A scar results from the biological process of wound repair in the skin and other biological tissue of the body. Thus, scarring is a natural part of the healing process. With the exception of very minor lesions,... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Retin A
Mederma
Neosporin
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What patients are saying about Post Inflammatory Hypopigmentation and Scars

6 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
are you? I have white scars also, though mine are...
...you with the white scarring, and was it done ...are you? I have white scars also, though mine are ...have is fair skin with post-inflammatory hypopigmentation worsened by Addison's diseas...
There are creams available OTC...
...normal (i.e., hypopigmentation ). ref:http://www.ecureme.com/emyhealth/Pediatrics/Post-Inflammatory_Hypopigmentation.asp There are creams available ...areas should eventually repigment unless s...
hypopigmentation, and, usually, follows healing of...
...skin change is known as post inflammatory hypopigmentation, and, usually, follows healing of ...white appearance is related to scars and atrophic skin, and, spontaneous...
have them. These are not scars (a lot of people mistakenly...
...them. These are not scars (a lot of people mistakenly call them scars but they fade), acne ...flavors raised (keloidal) or indented scars. There are many types of scars boxcar, ice pick, rolling...
don't look like true scars to me. They look like \"acne...
...don't look like true scars to me. They look ...this is called hypopigmentation. Real scars are indented or raised. ...have a condition called PIH (Post Inflammatory Hypopigmentation). It can ...
atrophic, not one bit. My scars are atrophic and require...
...you read about atrophic scarring is incorrect then. The ...not atrophic, not one bit. My scars are atrophic and require invasive treatments. My scars are not \"slightly indented\" they...
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