Histological and surgical study of the henna on wound healing in animals Field ( Sheep )


wounding in first group, while in second group it was more than 4 weeks. Within the clinical follow up, no complications occurred in the first group, while the second group showed some complications such as infection and abscess formation. Histopathological examination showed formation of granulation tissue in Henna treated group was faster than control group and the regular collagen fiber noticed at 15 days post treated with Henna. The present study demonstrates that use of Henna is useful for treatment and accelerates healing of full thickness wounds of skin in the current study was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of Henna in the treatment of skin wounds in sheep ( 5) , Awassi rams were used in this study. The animals were randomly 2 groups ( control &treated ) , 5cm injury full-thickness skin wound was created on the right flank region of each animal. The wounds in first group were treated with Henna single daily after operation until complete healing was occurred, while its in second group treated with sterile saline solution as control group. The results revealed the wound healing process in Henna treated group occurred faster than the control group , the healing occurred in 14-15 days after treated .