The middle of the three stitches on the shaft came out, coming undone instead of dissolving.
The flesh of the shaft scar appears to be healing well. Perhaps such is merely the after-effect of the dermal adhesive I applied earlier in precaution.
I am taking no chances, and applying more dermal adhesive to the area anyway.
Words cannot quantify how much the dermal adhesive burns in that area, but I am taking no chances on another crater developing.
The flesh in the pit of the fleshy crater looks like raw subdermal tissues exposed. The crater is prone to drying without application of bacitracin or white petroleum jelly, and the edges of the wound are raised, dry, pink, and tender. It has filled in a little bit, but not too much.
The above photo shows a sample of how much bacitracin I put on the fleshy crater.
I'm doing OK for now.