The pseudodeltidium is sometimes reabsorbed in the adult.
The medication works by keeping serotonin from being reabsorbed back into a signal-sending cell.
With small subdural hematomas, the blood may slowly be reabsorbed over several weeks without much damage.
The blood under the skin which causes the discoloration of bruising should be totally reabsorbed by the body in three weeks or less.
In most cases, however, the pieces of calcium are reabsorbed by the body during the recovery process.