Any cicatricial tissue which may be present around the fistula should be treated by submucous division.
Hauser72 has shown that the tubular glands grow down into the cicatricial tissue, where they may branch in all directions.
Hypertrophy of cicatricial tissue resembling keloid, possibly true keloid.
After fractures of costal cartilage or of the cartilages of the larynx the cicatricial tissue may be ultimately replaced by bone.
Eventually, a patch of cicatricial tissue remains as the sole indication of the previous disturbance.
This formation of a cicatricial tissue demands further recognition when the termination of inflammation is considered.
All the nerves and vessels of the arm were united into one firm bundle by cicatricial tissue.