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A normal response to injury or stress is...

Inflammation

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If a break in the skin is shallow, epithelial cells along its margin are stimulated to divide at a rate that is...

More rapid than usual

3

If an injury extends into the dermis, blood vessels break and the released blood forms a...

Clot in the wound

4

A blood clot consists mainly of...

Fibrous protein, blood cells, and platelets

5

Blood clots and dried tissue fluids form a...

Scab

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If the wound is deep, extensive production of collagenous fibers may form an elevation above the normal epidermal surface, called a...

Scar

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In large, open wounds, healing may be accompanied by formation of small, rounded masses called...

Granulations

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A granulation consists of a new branch of a ____ and a cluster of collagen secreting fibroblasts.

Blood vessel

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A burn injuring only the epidermis is a superficial partial-thickness burn, also known as a...

First degree burn

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A burn that destroys some epidermis as well as some underlying dermis is a deep partial-thickness burn, also known as a...

Second degree burn

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A burn that destroys the epidermis, dermis, and the accessory structures of the skin is called a full-thickness burn, also known as a...

Third degree burn

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An allograft is a skin transplant from...

Person to person

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An autograft is a skin transplant from...

The same person

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Inflammation

A normal response to injury or stress is...

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More rapid than usual

If a break in the skin is shallow, epithelial cells along its margin are stimulated to divide at a rate that is...

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Clot in the wound

If an injury extends into the dermis, blood vessels break and the released blood forms a...

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Fibrous protein, blood cells, and platelets

A blood clot consists mainly of...

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Scab

Blood clots and dried tissue fluids form a...

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Scar

If the wound is deep, extensive production of collagenous fibers may form an elevation above the normal epidermal surface, called a...

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Granulations

In large, open wounds, healing may be accompanied by formation of small, rounded masses called...

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Blood vessel

A granulation consists of a new branch of a ____ and a cluster of collagen secreting fibroblasts.

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First degree burn

A burn injuring only the epidermis is a superficial partial-thickness burn, also known as a...

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Second degree burn

A burn that destroys some epidermis as well as some underlying dermis is a deep partial-thickness burn, also known as a...

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Third degree burn

A burn that destroys the epidermis, dermis, and the accessory structures of the skin is called a full-thickness burn, also known as a...

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Person to person

An allograft is a skin transplant from...

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The same person

An autograft is a skin transplant from...