Under these circumstances it has appeared to me to promote their cicatrization.
As a rule, however, the ulcers are purified and heal by cicatrization.
The time occupied in the cicatrization of each ulcer is said to be about two weeks.
When the intermission is of considerable duration it is probable that cicatrization has been in progress.
In some cases the disease has been attributed to cicatrization of a gastric ulcer.
cicatrization of the ulcer is by no means always cure in the clinical sense.
They hold the lid in position during the process of cicatrization.
Stenosis, and finally occlusion, of the common duct may arise from the cicatrization of an ulcer.
The fourth stage, or that of cicatrization, usually commences with the beginning of the fourth week.
Thus Bichat says, "The cicatrization of wounds in veins after bleeding is a result of inflammation."
cicatrization cic·a·tri·za·tion (sĭk'ə-trĭ-zā'shən)
The process of scar formation.
cicatrize cic·a·trize (sĭk'ə-trīz')
v. cic·a·trized, cic·a·triz·ing, cic·a·triz·es
To heal by forming scar tissue.