wounding


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Single-handed he stood midway between the Trojans and Achaeans: the spears that sped from their hands stuck some of them in his mighty shield, while many, though thirsting for his blood, fell to the ground ere they could reach him to the wounding of his fair flesh.
The research and development of the industry is focused on making non-invasive devices which will avoid further wounding and will aid the painless healing of wound.
The first phase of hemostasis begins immediately after wounding, with vascular constriction and fibrin clot formation.
On the 21st day after wounding the ADSC-CM group showed prominent collagen deposition with complete epithelialization at the surface of wound, while in control and MC group the granulation tissues were demonstrated to have active neovascularization, inflammatory cells infiltration followed with collagen deposition.