2 to 3 days
Answer:D 1 month
The figure shows dense collagen with some remaining dilated blood vessels, typical of the final phase of wound healing, which is extensive by the end of the first month. On day 1, the wound is filled only with fibrin and inflammatory cells
Macrophages and granulation tissue are seen 2 to 3 days postoperatively. Neovascularization is most prominent by days 4 and 5. By week 2, collagen is prominent, and fewer vessels and inflammatory cells are seen.