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a wounded girl wants to remove scar from her cheek.

 
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BeitragVerfasst am: 11.04.05, 15:33    Titel: a wounded girl wants to remove scar from her cheek. Antworten mit Zitat

The girl is about 16 years old and studying in a middle school
in Beijing, China. On the morning of March 17 this year,
she was hanging up the Chinese National flag outside the building
of her school. Because of a strong wind, the flag pole suddenly
broke and hit her. Her left cheek suffered severe bone fracture.
She was taken in for an operation that afternoon.

She received 10 stitches to seal up the wound, which were removed
5 days later. Another 5 days later, the scab fell off. She has been
using Cica-Care from England and Contractubex from Germany until now.
Chinese doctors have suggested that she should continue using this
medication for three months. At that point they will decide if she
needs any further therapy.

As long as the scar continues to form, they will use the current
medicial methods in China, which are: operation method, laser method,
and high pressure injection of oxygen and pure natural plant oil
(from South America, the main content is Vitamin F), which is performed
with a machine imported from the USA.

In short, during these three months (March 17- May 30) there are no
other medical methods or medicines available in China for her other than
to use Cica-Care and Contractubex on her cheek,

We want to know whether the advanced technology in the German
hospitals could cure or remove the scar from her face. If so, in such
a situation, when would be the best time to perform an operation and
how long would it last?

http://www.ticentral.com/scar/12.jpg

http://www.ticentral.com/scar/scar.html

with best wishes

Sun Zheng
Bonameserstrasse 12
60433 Frankfurt am Main
tel/fax: 069-95158950
email: zheng_sun@hotmail.com
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BeitragVerfasst am: 13.04.05, 13:21    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

Hello zheng sun,
a scar should be removed - or better corrected - once it is mature. This usually takes a few months up to more than a year. Functionally disturbing scars are to be corrected earlier.
As far as you explaned, the methods of the chinese doctors are absolutely up to date.
Only that the very early removement of the stitches/sutures after 5 days might have been a fault.
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BeitragVerfasst am: 13.04.05, 16:07    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

Hello Dr. Meyer-Gattermann,

Thank you very much for your response!

i have fowarded your answer to the patient and her parents.

with best wishes

Zheng Sun
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