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*  Cerebrospinal fluid
Protection: CSF protects the brain tissue from injury when jolted or hit, by providing a fluid buffer that acts as a shock ... It is produced in the choroid plexuses of the ventricles of the brain, and absorbed in the arachnoid granulations. There is ... CSF returns to the vascular system by entering the dural venous sinuses via arachnoid granulations. These are outpouchings of ... Arachnoid villi are formed around the 35th week of development, with aracnhoid granulations noted around the 39th, and ...
*  Chronic wound
Though the allograft (skin transplanted from a member of the same species) is replaced by granulation tissue and is not ... Blood vessels constrict in tissue that becomes cold and dilate in warm tissue, altering blood flow to the area. Thus keeping ... Since bacteria thrive on dead tissue, wounds are often surgically debrided to remove the devitalized tissue. Debridement and ... providing a cover to keep out bacteria and preventing the buildup of too much granulation tissue, which can lead to excessive ...
*  Granulation tissue
... is new connective tissue and microscopic blood vessels that form on the surfaces of a wound during the ... due to punctate hemorrhages pulseful on palpation painless when healthy Granulation tissue is composed of tissue matrix ... Granulation tissue typically grows from the base of a wound and is able to fill wounds of almost any size. Examples of ... An excess of granulation tissue (caro luxurians) is informally referred to as "proud flesh." The extracellular matrix of ...
*  Bone healing
They form a loose aggregate of cells, interspersed with small blood vessels, known as granulation tissue. This tissue reduces ... Granulation tissue formation 2. Reparative phase iii. Cartilage callus formation iv. Lamellar bone deposition 3. Remodeling ... The fibroblasts within the granulation tissue develop into chondroblasts which also form hyaline cartilage. These two new ... Condition of the soft tissues. Soft tissue in between bone ends restricts healing. Nutrition and drug therapy. Poor general ...
*  Callous ulcer
It usually contains unhealthy pale granulation tissue. It may last for months to years and does not show any tendency to heal. ...
*  Tracheobronchial injury
If granulation tissue grows over the injured site, it can cause stenosis of the airway, after a week to a month. The ... Damaged tissue around a rupture (e.g. torn or scarred tissue) may be removed in order to obtain clean edges that can be ... Debridement of damaged tissue can shorten the trachea by as much as 50%. Repair of extensive tears can include sewing a flap of ... When lung tissue is destroyed as a result of TBI complications, pneumonectomy or lobectomy (removal of a lung or of one lobe, ...
*  Pemphigus vegetans
Healing is through formation of granulation tissue. It is named for the Austrian Dermatologist, Isidor Neumann. Pemphigus ...
*  Oral mucocele
Microscopically, mucoceles appears as granulation tissue surrounding mucin. Since inflammation occurs concurrently, neutrophils ... This may draw out the fluid trapped underneath the skin without further damaging the surrounding tissue.[citation needed] If ... Mucus extravasation phenomenon Mucus retention cyst The former is a swelling of connective tissue consisting of a collection of ...
*  Intraoral dental sinus
A parulis is made up of inflamed granulation tissue. Less commonly, dental infections drain onto the surface of the skin, ...
*  Myeloid sarcoma
2015). "Myeloid Sarcoma Masquerading as Granulation Tissue: A Diagnostic Pitfall". Int J Surg Pathol. 23 (7): 553-556. doi: ... Other tissues which can be involved include lymph nodes, the small intestine, the mediastinum, the lung, epidural sites, the ... Chloromas may occur in virtually any organ or tissue. The most common areas of involvement are the skin (also known as leukemia ... Historically, even with a tissue biopsy, pathologic misdiagnosis was an important problem, particularly in patients without a ...
*  Barrier membrane
... it cannot rely on granulation tissue derived from the underlying bone. Two types of bony defects exist that may require the use ... PETTI Gustavo From Cagliari, Italy has been the first one to have had: "A new attachment: guided tissue regeneration using an ... Such a method of preventing epithelial migration into a specific area is known as guided tissue regeneration (GTR). The first ... Gottlow J, Nyman S, Karring T, Lindhe J (September 1984). "New attachment formation as the result of controlled tissue ...
*  Pannus
... is an abnormal layer of fibrovascular tissue or granulation tissue. Common sites for pannus formation include over the ... The term pannus is often used incorrectly to refer to a panniculus (a hanging flap of tissue). The term "pannus" is derived ... Pannus tissue is composed of aggressive macrophage- and fibroblast-like mesenchymal cells, macrophage-like cells and other ... In people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, pannus tissue eventually forms in the joint affected by the disease, causing ...
*  Soring
Granulation tissue or scars are visible on the pasterns or coronet band. Wavy hair growth or hair loss is visible in the ...
*  Anal fistula
The principle is to permanently close the internal opening by granulation tissue. This is achieved by superficial ... scraping out all granulation tissue in the rest of the fistulous tract, and suturing of the defect at the external sphincter ... LIFT procedure is based on secure closure of the internal opening and removal of infected cryptoglandular tissue through the ... advancement flap is a procedure in which the internal opening of the fistula is identified and a flap of mucosal tissue is cut ...
*  Healing
Granulation tissue moves, as a wave, from the border of the injury towards the center. As granulation tissue matures, the ... During the maturation phase of wound healing, unnecessary vessels formed in granulation tissue are removed by apoptosis, and ... In the proliferative phase, immature granulation tissue containing plump, active fibroblasts forms. Fibroblasts quickly produce ... or by repair in which injured tissue is replaced with scar tissue. Most organs will heal using a mixture of both mechanisms. It ...
*  Pyogenic granuloma
The microscopic appearance of a pyogenic granuloma consists of highly vascular granulation tissue. Inflammation is present. The ... "granulation tissue-type hemangioma", "granuloma gravidarum", "lobular capillary hemangioma", "pregnancy tumor", and "tumor of ... Pyogenic granulomas rarely occur in the conjunctiva, cornea or connective tissue of the eye following minor local trauma. ... pregnancy") is a vascular lesion that occurs on both mucosa and skin, and appears as an overgrowth of tissue due to irritation ...
*  Alginate dressing
Subsequent removal therefore, does not destroy granulation tissue, making dressing change virtually painless. The ease of ... Fibroblasts are known to be involved in the regeneration and healing of the tissues. It has been showed that calcium alginate ... they cannot be used for dry wounds and those covered with hard necrotic tissue. This is because it could dehydrate the wound, ...
*  Epulis
It may be sessile or pedunculated and is composed of fibrosed granulation tissue. Fibrous epulides are firm and rubbery, and ... refers to a mass of inflamed granulation tissue at the opening of a draining sinus on the alveolus over (or near to) the root ... This is a fibrous hyperplasia of excess connective tissue folds that takes place in reaction to chronic trauma from an ill ... This common oral lesion is thought to be a reaction to irritation of the tissues and poor oral hygiene. It is more common in ...
*  Ranula
The spilled mucin causes a granulation tissue to form, which usually contains foamy histiocytes. Ultrasound and magnetic ... If the lesion is deeper, then there is a greater thickness of tissue separating from the oral cavity and the blue translucent ... Ranulas present as a swelling of connective tissue consisting of collected mucin from a ruptured salivary gland caused by local ... fluctuant swelling in the tissues of the floor of the mouth. ...
*  Tendinosis
Histological findings include granulation tissue, microrupture, degenerative changes, and there is no traditional inflammation ... and proliferating cells that occur within two weeks of the injury are associated with a formation of granulation tissue. ... tissue that displays less strain is assumed to be stiffer than tissue that exhibits more strain. Elastography is therefore an ... and the subsequent development of neo-tendinous tissue that replaces damaged native tissue. Normal, intact tendon is composed ...
*  Phineas Gage
At autopsy, reaccumulated pus was found: granulation tissue had blocked the opening in the dura." By keeping the exit wound ... of the tissue of the face) as "immediately anterior and external to the angle of the inferior maxillary bone",[H]:16 consistent ... then was pulled closed by the resilience of soft tissues once the iron had exited through the top of the head.[R]:640[M1]:830 ... "‍-‌deteriorated, infected tissue][M]:61,283 pushing out rapidly from the internal canthus [as well as] from the wounded brain ...
*  Hyaluronic acid
Cell migration is essential for the formation of granulation tissue. The early stage of granulation tissue is dominated by a HA ... The initial granulation tissue formed is highly inflammatory with a high rate of tissue turnover mediated by matrix degrading ... Granulation tissue is the perfused, fibrous connective tissue that replaces a fibrin clot in healing wounds. It typically grows ... HA is abundant in granulation tissue matrix. A variety of cell functions that are essential for tissue repair may attribute to ...
*  Silver nitrate
... for example to remove granulation tissue around a stoma. General Sir James Abbott noted in his journals that in India in 1827 ...
*  Lumpy skin disease
The lesions can also become sequestrated, leaving deep ulcers filled with granulation tissue and often suppurating. At the ... Like other pox viruses, which are known to be highly resistant, LSDV can remain viable in infected tissue for more than 120 ...
*  Otitis media
The middle ear attempts to resolve this ulceration by production of granulation tissue and polyp formation. This can lead to ... When a cholesteatoma or granulation tissue is present in the middle ear, the degree of hearing loss and ossicular destruction ... Eventually, the negative middle-ear pressure can reach a point where fluid from the surrounding tissues is sucked into the ... the gas volume in the middle ear is trapped and parts of it are slowly absorbed by the surrounding tissues, leading to negative ...
*  Scalp reconstruction
Loose connective tissue between the periostium and the aponeurosis makes these two rigid structures easily slide over each ... If the periosteum or underlying muscles (frontalis, occipitalis, temporalis) are intact, secondary closure by granulation is ... If only skin is missing and underlying galea, muscle or connective tissue are intact, a skin graft can be used. A skin graft ... Thus, if vascular and nervous anatomy is respected, the skin, sucutaneous tissue and galea aponeurotica can be lifted off the ...
*  Corneal ulcer
White blood cells and fibroblasts produce granulation tissue and then scar tissue, effectively healing the cornea. Diagnosis is ...