How does the epidermis regenerate?
Firstly, a layer of lamelliopodia is formed on the edges of the lesion and after it the layer of epithelial tissue is formed.
Whether a lesion is haemorrhagic or not, after trauma has been treated, a layer of lamelliopodia is formed and after it has been formed a layer of epithelial tissue is formed. Since the epidermis is a specialised type of epithelial tissue, it can be concluded that epithelial tissue is being specialised in post trauma cases. The specialisation depends on the surrounding tissue and it can take 1-2 weeks; however in some cases it can take less than a week.