Excision wound model was used to study the effect of drugs on the rate of wound contraction and time required for full epithelization
of the wound.
The mean duration for epithelization
of buccal fat pad was 4 weeks and for mucosilization of nasolabial flap was 5.
Postoperative physiotherapy was advised to all of them once the epithelization
Therefore, WP is able to stimulate the epithelization
and proliferation of fibroblasts and increase the secretion of pre-inflammatory and post-inflammatory cytokines.
The length of the hospital treatment was between 7 and 14 days or until granulation started to develop, and the total treatment with bandaging in an outpatient department lasted over 2 months, all the way to the complete forming of a stable scar and to a partial epithelization
Clinical transplantation of Ex Vivo produced Oral Mucosal equivalents resulted in: 1) earlier initiation of epithelization
, 2) a shorter period until complete healing, and 3) negligible scar contracture (23).
For faster epithelization
of the mastoid cavity various procedures have been done.
NO is also shown to have many regulatory roles in cellular proliferation, collagen synthesis and epithelization
Additionally, the recognition of the humid microenvironment as part of the topic therapy in handling wounds (6) led to a revolution that resulted in the creation of biologic dressings that preserve humidity, increase the rate of epithelization
and encourage recovery.
During the urethroscopy after the endoscopic stone fragmentation at 3 months, 6 months and 1 year, we found sufficient urethral opening and epithelization
over the stent.
Skin tissue repair is a complex process that involves a sequence of physiological and biochemical events such as inflammation, collagen synthesis, granulation tissue formation, epithelization
and tissue remodeling (MAIYA et al.
During subsequent controls, adequate epithelization
of the graft was noted along with decreased episodes of bleeding.