(skahr) (Greek. Eschara - from the scab on a burn or wound)
A scar is the fibrous tissue replacing normal tissues destroyed by injury or disease.
Papyraceous or cigarette paper scar - describes thin wrinkled scars.Cribriform scar (Latin. Cribrum - sieve):
Describes a scar perforated with multiple small apertures.Hypertrophic scar:
An elevated vascular scar with excessive growth of fibrous tissue.