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Wound healing

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Paul Wood


The four phases of healing

1. Inflammatory.
2. Debridement.
3. Repair.
4. Maturation.

Inflammatory phase

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Debridement phase

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Repair phase / proliferation phase

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Maturation phase / remodeling phase

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Further Reading

Publications

Refereed Papers

Other sources of information

  • Winkler K P (2020) General Principles of Wound Healing in Animals. In: MSD Manual. Website: www.msdvetmanual.com.
  • Rolls P (2007) Review of Wound Treatments Available for Routine Husbandry Procedures of Grazing Animals. Final Report. MLA, Australia. Website: www.mla.com.au (pdf download).
  • Auer J A & Stick J (2005) Eds. Equine Surgery. W B Saunders, USA.

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