Veronica Mendes Soares, Amanda Mendes da Fonseca Welcome, Deborah Cavalcante Braz, Otavio da Fonseca Welcome Son, Italo Tobler Silva, Victory Pimentel Martins Felix, Maria das Gracas Freire Medeiros de Carvalho
Abstract: Introduction: The splines are dermal parallel linear macroscopically apparent scars associated with the atrophy of the epidermis. A desfigurante and aesttica condition of skin; if present as splines rubras, who are recent, and the psychological comimpacto white striations in patients and without therapeutic options for effective reversal. Objective: To assess randomized clinical tests to demonstrate therapeutic effectiveness of protocols used in dermal splines. Method: Searches of major studies in electronic databases (BVS; MEDLINE/PubMed; EMBASE; LILACS; Cochrane Library), with search strategy through the following descriptors indexed (DeCS and MeSH). Results: Fourteen manuscripts met the eligibility criteria, but without fully effective results. Limitations in the studies are related to the limited number of patients and high-risk or risk of bias uncertain. Conclusion: More detail and clarity in trials are necessary for more consistent decisions.
Keywords: splines Splines and distension The dermis Treatment and splines