Successful Biological Treatment of Cutaneous wound Healing with Comparation of Aqueous Humour Fluid and Fat Graft; Cattle as Model
Keywords:aqueous humour fluid, fat graft, wound healing
Aqueous humour fluid and fat graft effect on wound healing by containing growth factors. Aim of this study
to evaluate the benfit effect of aqueous humour fluid and fat graft in wound healing in cattle. Twenty seven
adult female local breed randomly divided into 3 equal groups. G1 have been treated by aqueous fluid, G2
treated with fat graft, while the last group ( control group ) leaft without treatment. In conclusion fat graft
treated group appear better healing during study period compare with other groups.
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