What is a scar?

A scar is a mark left on the skin after a wound or injury has healed. Scars are a natural part of the healing process. Most will fade although they never completely disappear.

What is the difference between the scar 17 and Scar 17 se?

The Scar 17 SE is a 175W PL2 implementation, with sustained power in the same CPU multi-core stress test at 140+ W. All these combined make up for a significant difference in both peak and sustained CPU performance, of 20-30% over the standard Scar 17. This will matter if you’re looking at serious CPU loads in your work applications.

What does it mean when a scar is raised?

A scar can be a fine line or a pitted hole on the skin, or an abnormal overgrowth of tissue. A minor wound like a cut will usually heal to leave a raised line, which will gradually fade and flatten over time.

What can I do if I have a scar?

A number of treatments are available if you have a scar thats painful, itchy or unsightly, or if it restricts your movement. Scars cant be removed completely, but they can often be made less visible. Your GP may refer you to a dermatologist (skin specialist) or a plastic surgeon for treatment.

What does a raised scar look like?

What it looks like: This scar rises above the surface of your skin, so you see a raised, firm scar. Over time, raised scars tend to flatten, but flattening can take months or years. A raised scar is most likely to form on the chest, upper back, or shoulder area, but it can appear anywhere on your skin. Some raised scars itch or feel painful.

What causes scars to form on the skin?

Cause (accident, acne, burn, surgery, etc.) Wound (size and how deeply the wound penetrated your skin) Your genes, age, skin color, and the medications you take can also affect how your skin heals. When a scar forms on the skin, it will be one of the following types.

Why do scars change color?

The body has a phenomenal amount of healing powers. When an injury to the skin occurs, the body begins to repair itself and protect the body, often resulting in a scar when the injury is deep enough. Over time, the scar turns different colors as the skin continues to regrow and heal, and new skin cells replace the damaged skin cells.

What happens if a scar is too big?

However there are instances when the scar will overgrow its bounds, known as a keloid scar, or when it becomes hypertrophic (or raised.) The final color of your scar also depends upon if it was exposed to the sun without protection during the healing process.

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