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Why don’t wounds heal?

Michael Stacey
15 February 2016

<p>The healing of a wound is achieved by way of the integrated phases of haemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, and remodelling, which must occur in the proper sequencing and time period, without interference and at an optimal intensity, in order for a wound to heal normally.</p>

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