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la phase de détersion-bourgeonnement

English translation: cleansing-to-granulation phase

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08:43 Sep 27, 2011
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / Tissue loss in the foot/skin graft/retrospective study
French term or phrase: la phase de détersion-bourgeonnement
Good morning

Still on the article about skin grafts for tissue loss of the foot following RTAs.

I would be grateful for some advice on this phrase.

Here is the context:

L’infection locale des parties molles était très fréquente, ceci s’expliquait par la contamination de la plaie par des débris telluriques et le retard de la prise en charge initiale, car dans 90% des cas, le traumatisme a eu lieu plus de 8 heures avant l’admission. La phase de détersion-bourgeonnement était de 21 jours dans notre série contre 40 jours dans la série de Pinsolle (9). Cette différence pourrait s’expliquer par le fait que l’enfant a une plus grande capacité à cicatriser (6).

Thank you!
liz askew
United Kingdom
Local time: 01:18
English translation:cleansing-to-granulation phase
Explanation:
or inflammatory-to-proliferative phase

http://www.medsurg.com.au/_files/try1.html

Every wound healing proceeds in three interrelated dynamic phases with overlapping time courses, irrespective of the wound type and the degree of tissue damage. According to morphologic changes in the course of the healing process, these phases are clinically distinguished as an inflammatory or exudative phase for the detachment of deteriorated tissue and for wound cleansing, a proliferative phase for the development of granulation tissue and a differentiation or regeneration phase for maturation, scar formation and epithelialisation (see illustration on page 6). In everyday practice, the three phases are also denoted with the abbreviated terms cleansing phase, granulation phase, and epithelialisation phase.
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cleansing-to-granulation phase


Explanation:
or inflammatory-to-proliferative phase

http://www.medsurg.com.au/_files/try1.html

Every wound healing proceeds in three interrelated dynamic phases with overlapping time courses, irrespective of the wound type and the degree of tissue damage. According to morphologic changes in the course of the healing process, these phases are clinically distinguished as an inflammatory or exudative phase for the detachment of deteriorated tissue and for wound cleansing, a proliferative phase for the development of granulation tissue and a differentiation or regeneration phase for maturation, scar formation and epithelialisation (see illustration on page 6). In everyday practice, the three phases are also denoted with the abbreviated terms cleansing phase, granulation phase, and epithelialisation phase.


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Asker: Thank you! At least this is a shorter version than mine:) I wanted to be sure here.


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agree  Michael Lotz
6 hrs
  -> thanks Michael :-)
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