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Scar Tissue Clinical Trials

A listing of Scar Tissue medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (26) clinical trials

We are studying the genetics of keloids in individuals of African ancestry. This study requires a single visit. During this visit, we will perform the following assessments: Medical history and medication history Questionnaire about personal and family history of keloids Measurement and Photography of 4 largest keloids Blood sample collection ...

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Early Carbon Dioxide Laser Therapy for Alleviation of Incisional Scar Burden

This is a prospective, randomized pilot study of patients who will undergo either early or late incisional laser therapy after breast reduction surgery to alleviate scar burden at NYU Langone Medical Center. The purpose of this study is to see how well carbon dioxide (CO2) laser therapy works at preventing ...

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Phase I Study for Autologous Dermal Substitutes and Dermo-epidermal Skin Substitutes for Treatment of Skin Defects

The purpose of this study is the evaluation of the safety of autologous tissue-engineered dermal substitutes "denovoDerm" (first arm) and dermo-epidermal skin substitutes "denovoSkin" (second arm) transplanted onto the wound bed in children and adults.


Open-label Prospective Multicenter Study to Evaluate the Cutera Excel V Laser and a Micro-Lens Array Attachment

This is an open-label, prospective, study in approximately 60 male or female subjects, age 18 to 65 years who desire laser treatment for the improvement of rhytides, lentigines, pigmentation, erythema, telangiectasia, pore size and skin texture. Subjects may undergo a 2mm punch biopsy a treatment area up to 72 hours ...

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Phase 1 Study of HF-LED-RL in Fitzpatrick Skin Types I to III

The effects of visible light, while common in the environment (visible spectrum accounts for 44% of total solar energy), remain undefined. An important safety feature of visible red light (600 nm to 700 nm) is that it does not generate pro-carcinogenic DNA damage as does ultraviolet (UV) light. Recently published ...


Evaluation of the Cutera Enlighten Laser With Micro-Lens Array (MLA) Handpiece Attachment

This is an open-label, prospective, multicenter, pivotal study in approximately 15 male or female subjects, age 18 to 65 years who desire laser treatment for the improvement of moderate to severe acne scars. Subjects will receive up to 6 laser treatments, spaced 6 weeks ( 2 weeks) apart with the ...

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Evaluation of the Effect of CGF in Promoting Mechanical-stretch Induced in Vivo Skin Regeneration

The purpose of this study is to evaluating whether autologous Concentrate Growth Factors(CGF) is safe and/or effective to accelerating skin regeneration and soft tissue expansion.

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Botulinum Toxin to Improve Results in Epicanthoplasty

Medial epicanthal fold is a common skin fold in the inner part of the eye in more than 50% Asia population, giving the illusion of a shorter palpebral fissure length and a wider intercanthal distance. Currently, various epicanthoplasty techniques have been well described to correct epicanthus fold. However, hypertrophic scarring ...


Pulsed-dye Laser Treatment Prior to Surgical Excision

This prospective pilot study will investigate whether use of a pulsed dye laser (PDL) prior to surgical excision can improve the appearance and symptoms of scars. The primary outcome measurement for the study is the quality of the scar in areas pre-treated with PDL vs. control (cryogen spray only). For ...

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Early Postoperative Prevention and Treatment of Median Sternotomy Scars With Botulinum Toxin Type A Injection

The goal of this study is to conduct a randomized controlled trial about using Botulinum toxin type A ( BTA) to prevent hypertrophic scar in median sternotomy wound. The entire median sternotomy wound was divided into the upper half and the lower half. Both halves of the wound were randomized ...