granulation tissue

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Synonyms for granulation tissue

new connective tissue and tiny blood vessels that form on the surfaces of a wound during the healing process

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The microscopic difference between the two histological types of mucocele was that the extravasation type mucocele had a mucin filled stroma along with granulation tissue, there were few inflammatory infiltrate and few histiocytes with no epithelial lining.
At 3 weeks after initial debridement, the wound had contracted 1.5 cm circumferentially, with viable granulation tissue emanating from the burr holes.
Homogenization of 100 mg of granulation tissue was carried out in 5 mL of ice cold distilled water.
The most frequent CT finding in the partially or completely auto-evacuated SAC cases was a partially or completely empty circular or elliptical aerated cavity surrounded by granulation tissue (Figures 3 and 4).
The postoperative histopathology of the mass revealed acute inflammatory granulation tissue. There was no specific microbial agent determined in the culture.
Number of days for the development of healthy granulation tissue in group V was mean 18.2 days and group H was mean 28.8 days (table-II and III).
After 14 and 21 days from induced burn wound, ADSC-CM group showed granulation tissue with progressive increase in vascularity followed with deposition of more collagen and less inflammatory cells, compared to control and MC group.
Pathologically, cryptogenic organizing pneumonia was defined by the presence of granulation tissue in the bronchiolar lumen, alveolar duct, and some alveoli, associated with a variable degree of interstitial and air space infiltration by mononuclear cells and foamy macrophages [1-3].
There was granulation tissue in the anterior and posterior glottises.
Granulation tissue occluding the LMSB was treated with argon plasma coagulation.
Currently used antiseptics are cytotoxic, damage the granulation tissue and interfere in the wound healing process.
With time, granulation tissue exhibits growth and re-epithelization, and gradually covers the soft tissue defect.
The term chronic hyperplastic pulpitis is attributed to the development of granulation tissue, most of the times covered with epithelium and resulting from long-standing, low-grade irritation.
Ingrown toenail and paronychia have been reported secondary to drugs, such as indinavir and indinavir / ritonavir combination.3,4 Excess nail fold granulation tissue and ingrown toenail have also been reported with retinoids, docetaxel, cyclosporine and oral antifungal treatment.5-8