cicatrizant


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cic·a·tri·zant

(sik-at'ri-zant),
1. Causing or favoring cicatrization.
2. An agent with such action.

cicatrizant

(sĭk-ăt′rĭ-zănt) [L. cicatrix, scar]
Favoring or causing cicatrization; an agent that aids in scar formation.
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Dado que a los compuestos polifenolicos tienen potencialidades como cicatrizantes, antioxidantes, antiinflamatorios pueden ser responsables del proceso de cicatrizacion a traves de la activacion de los fibroblastos.
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