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      Physiology and healing dynamics of chronic cutaneous wounds.

      American journal of surgery

      Chronic Disease, Collagen, biosynthesis, Diabetic Foot, physiopathology, Fibroblasts, physiology, Growth Substances, pharmacology, Humans, Inflammation, Skin, injuries, Wound Healing

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          In the last few decades, a great deal of progress has been made in understanding the cellular and biochemical interplay that comprises the normal wound healing response. This response is a complex process involving intricate interactions among a variety of different cell types, structural proteins, growth factors, and proteinases. The normal wound repair process consists of three phases--inflammation, proliferation, and remodeling--that occur in a predictable sequence and comprise a series of cellular and biochemical events. A review of the biochemical and physiologic processes that regulate wound healing and the cascade of cellular events that gives rise to the healing process is presented here.

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