cicatrisation

Contraction of fibrous tissue, formed at a wound site by fibroblasts, reducing the size of the wound but causing tissue distortion and disfigurement. Once thought to be due to contraction of collagen but now known to be due to cellular activity.
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Cicatrisation

A healing process which leaves a scar (i.e. a cicatrix).
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cicatrisation

<pathology> Contraction of fibrous tissue, formed at a wound site by fibroblasts, reducing the size of the wound but causing tissue distortion and disfigurement. Once thought to be due to contraction of collagen but now known to be due to cellular activity. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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cicatrisation

cicatrisation Contraction of fibrous tissue, formed at a wound site by fibroblasts, reducing the size of the wound but causing tissue distortion and disfigurement. This was once thought to be the result of the contraction of collagen but now it is known to be a result of cellular activity.
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