Friday, November 17, 2017

Laser surgery complications.. Treatment of vascular lesions. Skin tissue. Hypertrophic scarring. Hypopigmentation. Hyperpigmentation. Pigment changes

The complications that can be treated with laser are:
In the treatment of vascular lesions, scarring may occur if too much light energy is absorbed by the skin and dermis around the vessels.
Laser skin tissues can restore restoration again without scarring, either if the effect is below the retinal layer of the dermis, this may cause macular scarring. These are the worst complications of vascular lesion treatment, such as the Port Wayne virus (neutrophil) to use laser in blue / green wavelengths, especially in young children.
Other complications besides hypertrophic scarring are hypopigmentation, hyperpigmentation and pigmentary changes.