Typically, granulation tissue appears as a raised red, lobular lesion in the upper vagina, near or within the sutured cuff. The histologic features are characteristic.
Granulation tissue is a common cause of postsurgical vaginal bleeding and . tissue appears as a raised red, lobular lesion in the upper vagina, near or within .
The GP I saw today said that the wound has granulation tissue that will never be a bit scared to pour SALT (speech and language therapy/therapist) onto my vulva, . I had an episiotomy and my stitches fell out after 5 days leaving a gaping.