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1. Management of keloids and hypertrophic scars: current and emerging options

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2. Histologische und funktionelle Charakterisierung von primären Keratinozytenkulturen aus dem Läsionsgebiet schwerstverbrannter Patienten


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3. Management of keloids and hypertrophic scars: current and emerging options

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4. INSULIN RESISTANCE POST-BURN: UNDERLYING MECHANISMS AND CURRENT THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES

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5. Prävention überschießender (Verbrennungs-) Narben – Internationale Leitlinien 2014


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6. Are serum cytokines early predictors for the outcome of burn patients with inhalation injuries who do not survive?

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7. BURNS: WHERE ARE WE STANDING WITH PROPRANOLOL, OXANDROLONE, rhGH, AND THE NEW INCRETIN ANALOGUES?

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8. The Role of Hyperglycemia in Burned Patients: Evidence-Based Studies

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9. Abnormal Insulin Sensitivity Persists up to Three Years in Pediatric Patients Post-Burn

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10. Functional Characterization of Cultured Keratinocytes after Acute Cutaneous Burn Injury

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