Paw Pad Laceration Case Study

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Katie Rand A & P Domestic Animals I MWF 11:30-12:20 Homework Assignment 1 Friday, February 24, 2017 1. When there is a full-thickness abrasion to the paw, re-epithelialization would come from pad skin that is still attached at the edge of the paw pad abrasion. 2. As soon as a paw pad abrasion shows keratinization on the brand new epithelium, it is safe to stop bandaging the wound. 3. A paw pad laceration’s depth can be assessed once the animal has been anesthetized. 4. First intention would healing is the ultimate goal during the treatment of a paw pad laceration. It allows for the healed wound to have far less scarring and more tensile strength than it would have as a result of second intention healing. 5. I was not familiar with the
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