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Dermabrasion

Introduction: Dermabrasion

Description of Dermabrasion

Dermabrasion: The mechanical planing of the SKIN with sand paper, emery paper, or wire brushes, to promote reepithelialization and smoothing of skin disfigured by ACNE scars or dermal NEVI.
Source: MeSH 2007

Dermabrasion: Related Topics

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Dermabrasion: Treatments

Dermabrasion (treatment): See Dermabrasion (treatment information).

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Broader terms for Dermabrasion

Source - MeSH 2007

The following terms can be used for Dermabrasion

Source: CRISP

Hierarchical classifications of Dermabrasion

The following list attempts to classify Dermabrasion into categories where each line is subset of the next.

MeSH 2007 Hierarchy:

MeSH 2007 Hierarchy

Disease Ontology - OBO (Open Biomedical Ontologies)

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