proud flesh


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flesh

 [flesh]
the soft muscular tissue of the body.
goose flesh transitory erection of the hair follicles due to contraction of the arrectores muscles, a reflection of sympathetic nerve discharge such as occurs with cold or shock; called also cutis anserina.
proud flesh exuberant amounts of soft, edematous, unhealthy-looking granulation tissue developing during healing of large surface wounds.

proud flesh

historic term for exuberant granulations in the granulation tissue on the surface of a wound.

proud flesh

n.
The swollen flesh that surrounds a healing wound, caused by excessive granulation.

proud flesh

Etymology: AS, prud + flaesc
excessive granulation tissue. See also cicatrix, keloid, scar.

proud flesh

An obsolete term for an exuberant tissue reaction, either:
(1) Granulation tissue, see there;  
(2) Keloid, see there.

proud flesh

Exuberant granulation tissue seen in a poorly healed wound, characterized by florid, 'geographic' scarring on the skin surface, related to a defect of union of interrupted tissues by 'second intent' healing. See Keloid, Wound healing.

proud flesh

(prowd flesh)
Exuberant granulation tissue on the surface of a wound.

proud flesh

exuberant/hypertrophic granulation tissue; mass of freely bleeding tissue at a wound base/margin; characteristic of long-standing or chronic wound, e.g. ingrowing toenail, ulcer

flesh

the soft muscular tissue of the animal body.

flesh flies
large blowflies of the subfamily Sarcophaginae and the genera Sarcophaga and Wohlfahrtia.
flesh marks
patches on a horse's skin where there is no normal skin pigment.
milky flesh
myoliquefaction observed at necropsy in teleosts; caused by infection with myxosporeans of the genera Kudoa, Unicapsula, Chloromyxum, Henneguya. Also thought to be sometimes associated with infections by microsporidia.
proud flesh
exuberant amounts of soft, edematous, unhealthy-looking granulation tissue developing during healing of large surface wounds.
flesh side
the rough side of leather or skin; the side that was undermost in the live state.

proud

exuberant.

proud cut
see cut proud.
proud flesh
exuberant amounts of soft, edematous, granulation tissue developing during healing of large surface wounds.