It Is Likely That The Flesh On The Finger Grew Back After An Accident?
I had an incident with my index finger. The lower part of the bone was missing .. but the upper part and bone was intact .. can it grow back
Hello Amrullah, Thank you for the question.
The body can experience injuries either abrasions, stab wounds, burns, or other open wounds. The injury that occurs can cause loss of skin tissue if the injury is severe enough. The body has the ability to regenerate or restore itself with the growth of new cells. If any skin tissue is lost, new skin cells and scar tissue will form to cover the wound. However, if any skin tissue is missing, the wound care and handling must be done more carefully because the larger the wound size, the greater the risk of infection. In general, the wound also needs to be followed up further.
Therefore, you should consult a doctor. The doctor will assess the wound and then clean the wound for any contaminants. The doctor may suture the wound or if it is not possible to suture the wound, the doctor will perform skin grafting to close the wound. Then, usually the doctor will give antibiotics to prevent infection because the infection can affect the wound healing process. Doctors will also usually teach you how to treat wounds.
Hopefully this information is useful.