No one like cuts unless they’re cold cuts of meat. Even then, it’s only if they’re free and accompanied by a cheese platter.
After all, cuts lead to scarring.
Scarring can lead to recovery; time heals some wounds, while medicine and surgery handle the rest. However, there are risks involved with that.
Just as there’s such a thing as too much scarring, it’s possible to have too much healing.
- Confined to original wound
- Memory aid: held in to the injury
- Extends beyond borders of original wound
- Memory aid: travels kilometres outside the injury
- Medicine Hack. (2017). Differences between hypertrophic scar and keloid scar. [online] Available at: http://www.medicinehack.com/2012/03/differences-between-hypertrophic-scar.html [Accessed 25 Dec. 2017].