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Master Thesis

Prise en charge dermo-cosmétique de la cicatrisation en post-actes dermatologiques à l’officine

Abstract : ln 2016, more than 3 millions dermatological procedures have been performed and no matter what are the technique used, these procedures may cause scarring. These scars are an integral part of an individual's life whether it's through pain and diseases or moments of joy, but as well all along the steps that one's will have to get across. As well, these marks left in full-view on the skin reflects deep down in the human being and is image changing, the selfs one but as well the one that others have. But then, how to live and move forward during the healing journey in a society that is shaped by the aesthetic, where the skin play an essential role in individual's socialisation and mental construct from their younger age to their last breath ? What role can the pharmacist hold to provide the patient a better understanding of their scar? This manuscript identify and sort the most common types of scars whether they are pathological or due to a lack of pathological care and the best way to take care of the patient. More than a dictionnary, this works should aims to offer cosmetics advices to profession nais in order to improve the appareance of the scars so as to allow the patient to go through this period with a peace of mind, whether it's a temporary or permanent situation.
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Fanny Teil. Prise en charge dermo-cosmétique de la cicatrisation en post-actes dermatologiques à l’officine. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2021. ⟨dumas-03281524⟩



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