colonelred_If you go back and look at the image you can see that it was highly vascular which is characteristic of granulation tissue. Scar tissue formation will be closer to 1 month, plus you will see lots of fibrosis on histology.+32019-05-21T09:42:42Z
sympathetikeyIt's a bit misleading, for me, since you do see fibrosis intermixed with the granulation tissue, but granulation tissue was a better answer.+2019-06-09T08:33:39Z
haliburtonAccording to FA 2017: 3-14d: Macrophages, then granulation tissue at margins.
2wk to several months: Contracted scar complete. Dressler syndrome, HF, arrhythmias, true ventricular aneurysm (risk of mural thrombus).
i'm getting pretty frustrated with NBME contradictions to FA, and FA omissions of content. this stuff is hard enough to get straight as it is. +2019-06-12T01:39:41Z
yotsubatoThats cause the NBME exam writers read FA, then make questions not fit in with FA+12019-06-18T10:33:12Z
trichotillomaniacThis fits the timeline laid out in Pathoma!
1-3 wks = granulation tissue with plump fibroblasts, collagen, and blood vessels+32019-06-24T18:10:12Z