Scar maturation usually involves a gradual loss of peri-wound healing vascularity; unless, of course inflammation is present.
Is a Mature Scar More or Less Vascular Than Granulation Tissue?
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Redness from a scar
Mature Scar and granulation tissue
A mature scar is healed and has had time to soften and fade.
Granulation tissue is not healed at all and is not even considered a scar. It is what the body forms when trying to heal a open wound that has not been surgically closed.
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