Pathophysiology of Wound Healing
The process of wound healing is very complex. The reconstitution in lower animals has now progressed to repair in human beings and higher animals. The repair follows inflammation. Endothelial cells, fibroblast, platelets, epithelial cells, all are involved in the process of inflammation and repair. Diabetes has significant role in the process of delay in healing.
The exudates are essential for the process of healing and extreme of exudation, i.e. minimum of exudation and over exudation are pathological. In the process of healing the behaviour of epithelial and mesenchymal cells is unique.
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