Wound healing is a biological process that begins with trauma and ends with scar formation. There are two types of tissue injury: full and partial thickness.
what is the significance of the epidermal layer being avasculer regardin wound healing
The wound is slowly healing itself.
Cicatrix (plural: cicatrices)
Lots of proteins are lost through your blood cells.
Yes in the sense that the new growth of cells the covers/mends the wound. But the growth of new cells by mitosis doesn't necessarily "heal" - there are a variety of factors in the healing process.
Acute wounds in an animal model shows that four basic steps are involved in wound healing. Hemostasis, inflammation, proliferation or Granulation and remodeling or Maturation.
Yes, by blocking adenosine receptors (adenosine stimulates wound healing).
As the wound heals , during the second stagefibroblasts grow and form an ECM (extracellular matrix) . This ECM is formed by excreting collagen and fibronectin.
Hyaluronic acid speeds wound healing by promoting collagen. It is sometimes used in wound dressings.
Removal of dead tissue from the wound bed
It means he is asking if the wound is healing.