Sökning: "wound healing"
Visar resultat 21 - 25 av 194 avhandlingar innehållade orden wound healing.
- Detta är en avhandling från Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis
Sammanfattning : In the healing of cutaneous wounds, paracrine communication between keratinocytes and fibroblasts regulates cell differentiation, proliferation and synthesis of extracellular matrix. Deficient epidermal coverage, as seen in burn-wounds, frequently results in hypertrophic scars. LÄS MER
- Detta är en avhandling från Tor Svensjö, Östra Ågatan 1 E, 29153 Kristianstad, Sweden
Sammanfattning : Background: A large number of different wound coverings have been used in order to improve the wound microenvironment, and thus accelerate repair. Since almost two centuries, clinicians and researchers have developed techniques for skin transplantation. LÄS MER
- Detta är en avhandling från Linköping University Electronic Press
Sammanfattning : Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), such as collagenases, are a family of enzymes capable of degrading most constituents of the extracellular matrix. MMPs are thought to be involved in the aetiopathogenesis of tendon rupture. Additionally, failure of healing has in some instances been associated with elevated levels of MMPs. LÄS MER
24. Myofibroblasts and the Vascular Endothelium Impact of Fibrin Degradation Products and miRNA on Vascular Motility and FunctionDetta är en avhandling från Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis
Sammanfattning : Angiogenesis is the formation of new blood vessels from pre-existing vasculature and is important during development as well as wound healing and tissue remodeling. Angiogenesis also occurs during pathological conditions such as diabetic retinopathy and cancer. LÄS MER
- Detta är en avhandling från Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Clinical Sciences, Lund University
Sammanfattning : Poststernotomy mediastinitis is a devastating complication associated with median sternotomy, which occurs mainly after cardiac surgery. The optimal treatment is still controversial. LÄS MER