Granulation Tissue Management in the Horse (AAEP 2011)

In some horses, excess scar tissue is produced, and the skin cells aren't able to migrate over top of the scar tissue to ultimately heal the wound. The result is a large, unsightly ball of granulation tissue protruding from the limb.

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