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Histopathological Study and Surgery the Effect of Grape Seed Oil on Wound Healing in Rabbits

  title={Histopathological Study and Surgery the Effect of Grape Seed Oil on Wound Healing in Rabbits},
  author={Ahmed Al Bayati and Duha Fasial Enaad},
The current study was conducted to evaluate the effected of grape seed oil in the treatment of skin wounds in Rabbits. The rabbit number (20) divided into five groups were used in this study. They wound in the all four group treated with group seed oil 5 c.c on wound after operation until complete healing was occurred, the results revealed the wound healing processing grape seed oil occurred faster than the control group. the healing occurred in 1-12 days after wounding in the all four group… 
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