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Figure 5: Histopathology changes in the re-epithelialization in canine bladder neck after two-micron laser resection of partial bladder neck mucosa. ( a ) At 1 week, there was largely granulation tissue under the necrotic tissue and no cell regeneration at the cavity surface (×200). ( b ) At 2 weeks, re-epithelialization of the bladder neck wound was incipient and resulted from the migration of proliferating epithelial cells from the edges of the wound at the bladder neck (arrows) (×200). ( c ) At 4 weeks, re-epithelialization was not complete in bladder neck wounds (×200).

Figure 5: Histopathology changes in the re-epithelialization in canine bladder neck after two-micron laser resection of partial bladder neck mucosa. ( a ) At 1 week, there was largely granulation tissue under the necrotic tissue and no cell regeneration at the cavity surface (×200). ( b ) At 2 weeks, re-epithelialization of the bladder neck wound was incipient and resulted from the migration of proliferating epithelial cells from the edges of the wound at the bladder neck (arrows) (×200). ( c ) At 4 weeks, re-epithelialization was not complete in bladder neck wounds (×200).