Cicatrization

Cic`a·tri·za'tion noun [ Confer French cicatrisation .] (Medicine) The process of forming a cicatrix, or the state of being cicatrized.
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cicatrization

1. The process of scar formation. ... 2. The healing of a wound otherwise than by first intention. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cicatrization

(sik″ә-trĭ-za´shәn) scarring; the formation of a cicatrix (scar).
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Cicatrization

• (n.) The process of forming a cicatrix, or the state of being cicatrized.
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cicatrization

type of body decoration involving the production of raised scars (keloids), usually in decorative patterns. See body modifications and mutilations.[4 related articles]
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cicatrization

the formation of a cicatrix or scar.
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cicatrization

cicatrization 1. The formation of a cicatrix or a scar; scarring, scarification. 2. The process of scar evolution associated with a wound contraction. In some societies, a smooth, unmarked skin represents an ideal of beauty; however, there are some people in other cultures who see smooth skin as an unfinished surface. Scarification body art alte
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Cicatrization

Cicatrization is a technical term for scarring due to cutting. Cicatrization has been used for body decoration, as a rite of passage and for heightening sexual pleasure for thousands of years, particularly in Africa.
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cicatrization

Type: Term Pronunciation: sik′ă-tri-zā′shŭn Definitions: 1. The process of scar formation. 2. The healing of a wound otherwise than by first intention.
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CICATRIZATION

Scar-tissue formation.
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