This wound may be brought together by catgut sutures, or may be allowed to heal by granulation.
This mode of granulation, though tedious, is the only one to be used for so small a quantity, for the sake of experiment.
A catheter was kept in the urethra for some days, and the opening eventually closed by granulation.
How does the granulation affect the physical properties of flour?
The granulation tissue may undergo caseation and liquefaction, or may become encapsulated by fibrous tissue—“encysted tubercle.”
Any granulation tissue is curetted away and the cavity dried.
Healing by granulation will occur; the constitution often shows reaction during the progress of a boil.
Small sequestra may be found embedded in the granulation tissue.
These nodules break down by suppuration, and numerous minute abscesses lined by granulation tissues are thus formed.
As is everywhere the case throughout the body, granulation tissue in the process of healing contracts and forms scars.
granulation gran·u·la·tion (grān'yə-lā'shən)
The process of forming grains or granules.
The state or appearance of having grains or granules.
Small, fleshy, beadlike protuberances, consisting of outgrowths of new capillaries, on the surface of a wound that is healing. Also called granulation tissue.
The formation of these protuberances.