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Granulation tissue is a kind of tissue generated in a healing wound to both break down damaged tissue and to help prevent infection, however, sometimes growth of granulation tissue can be too robust. An excess of granulation tissue is informally known in the medical community as "proud flesh". Depending on the specifics of your case, a treating physician may apply a fine layer of silver nitrate to the excess tissue. This, in effect, cauterizes the granulation tissue (though the process is reportedly painless) and allows new healthy cell growth above that layer of flesh.

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Granulation tissue is derived from the endothelial lining of blood vessels.


Does Granulation tissue form normally during the healing of a wound?

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What is the medical term for small knot like swellings of granulation tissue?

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What is the difference between a Residual tumor and granulation tissue?

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Can an MRI differentiate between granulation tissue and fibrosis?

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