Case Report

An Analysis of Pediatric Scar Progression Over Time

Blaire Slavin Roberta Torres, MSN, RN, PNP-BC; Anne C. Fischer, MD, PhD, MBA


ePlasty. 2018;18(e18) 

In This Article


See Table 1 and Figure 1 and Figure 2.

Figure 1.

Significant growth in scar length since initial procedure, as seen in grandmother and aunt 1 but not aunt 2, due to stunted growth from Cornelia de Lange syndrome. RUQ indicates right upper quadrant.

Figure 2.

Twelve-week-old patient's scar from supraumbilical incision. No scar growth detected because he is still a newborn.