volume 19, issue 3, P176-185 2004
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-86502004000300003
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Abstract: PURPOSE: The objective of the present study was to monitor the process of second intention skin wound healing in rats with jaundice. METHODS: The study was divided into two steps. In the first, obstructive jaundice was induced in 68 male rats to investigate the biochemical changes and to determine the ideal time for the study of healing. In the second step, 54 rats were divided into two groups: control (normal) and experimental (jaundiced). Seventy-two hours after jaundice induction, a standardized wound was p…

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