fortuna scar
 n.— «Common scars are formed when the body builds a special kind of sturdy connective material, called collagen fibers, that stretch over the wound and give it additional protection. This results in the creation of what is called a fortuna scar.» —“What Every Family Should Know About Scars and Scarring—And How They Heal!” by Michael Kabel American Chronicle Nov. 16, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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