Hypertrophic scarring is mostly developed in wounds at anatomic locations with high tension, such as shoulders, neck, presternum
, knees, and ankles [12, 13], whereas risk of keloid formation is higher at anterior chest, shoulders, earlobes, upper arms, and cheeks .
17 Antennal style with long loosely arranged setae; presternum
large, abutting proepisternum and prothoracic coxae; alula highly reduced Oligopogon Loew, 1847 (11 spp., requires modern revision)
maura-group are characterized by the following: humeral, intrahumeral and posthumeral bristles absent, legs devoid of distinct bristles, hind marginal bristles on abdomen absent, prothoracic episterna and whole presternum
covered with fine hairs and a distinct sensory pit below prothoracic spiracle (Chvala 2005).
The first mass was excised from the presternum
and lower neck at age 1.
with 1 or 2 inconspicuous setulae on each half of sclerite.
Prothorax subquadrate, transverse, 0.5 times as long as wide, sides slightly curved, dorsal surface smooth; prosternal surface smooth, 3 setae (1 elongate) at anterolateral angles and 2 short setae at posterolateral angles; prosternum trapezoidal, sides oblique, posterior margin straight, pair of medial setae present posterior to posterior margin of presternum
. Meso- and metathorax transverse, both 0.5 times as long as wide, sides curved, dorsal surface of both tergites smooth with 3 short setae at anterolateral angles and 2 short setae at posterolateral angles; both sterna without well-defined subdivisions, each smooth with a pair of discal setae near anterior margin; spiracular sclerite projecting strongly from lateral margin, spiracles (Fig.