tissue formed in ulcers and in early wound healing and repair, composed largely of newly growing capillaries and so called from its irregular surface in open wounds; proud flesh.
a mass of new connective tissue and capillaries formed on the surface of a healing ulcer or wound, usually leaving a scar Nontechnical name proud flesh
[gran-yool] /ˈgræn yul/ noun 1. a little grain. 2. a small particle; pellet. 3. a corpuscle; sporule. /ˈɡrænjuːl/ noun 1. a small grain 2. (geology) a single rock fragment in gravel, smaller than a pebble but larger than a sand grain 3. (astronomy) another name for granulation (sense 5) n. 1650s, from French granule or […]
- Granule cell
granule cell n. One of the small neurons of the cortex of the cerebellum and cerebrum.
[gran-yuh-lahyt] /ˈgræn yəˌlaɪt/ noun 1. a metamorphic rock composed of granular minerals of uniform size, as quartz, feldspar, or pyroxene, and showing a definite banding. /ˈɡrænjʊˌlaɪt/ noun 1. a granular foliated metamorphic rock in which the minerals form a mosaic of equal-sized granules granulite (grān’yə-līt’) A fine-grained metamorphic rock consisting of similarly sized, interlocking minerals. […]
granulo- or granul- pref. Granule; granular: granulocyte.