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When a cut heals itself it is known as a healed cut....there is no name for it A scar?
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When we cut the skin, we cut small blood vessels called capillaries. The blood seeps into the tissues around the cut. This creates a bruise. Medically it is called a contusion. The bruise will heal as your cut heals.
The skin is more prone to getting cut and bruised than the bones. Also, bones are more rigid and it heals slowly.
Whether a cut will leave a scar depends on the location of the wound, the depth and width of the wound, how well it heals, and whether it is near a natural 'wrinkle' or fold of skin.
The scab - is your body's defences protecting the damaged skin and underlying tissue from contamination while it heals. The scab is formed from dry blood cells which prevents dirt getting into the cut.
the skin heals through cells reunion. for example when you have a cut, the cells are being splitted apart. in other for the skin to heal. The cells grow back until they collide with each other. , and then they stop growing. During their process of growing the cut is systematically healing
Yes, obviously. If they cut their skin and it heals that's because there's still cell division going on.
sugar can haelp your wound because the sugar gos ddown into your skin like when it melts on your tounge when you eat it and when it gos into your skin it clears it up or heals it in other words
[I don't have much experience with anatomy, but I'm pretty sure] the skin heals the quickest.
When a person breaks a bone or has a cut, the cells at the edge of the injury are stimulated to divide rapidly. The new cells that form begin to heal the break or cut. As it heals, the cells stop dividing and growing.