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Synonyms for wound

Synonyms for wound

marked tissue damage, especially when produced by physical injury

to cause physical damage to

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to inflict physical or mental injury or distress on

to cause suffering or painful sorrow to

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The doctor, therefore, had an ethical duty and responsibility to notify the hotel management of the patient's HIV status in view of his open wounds and the dangers of potential contamination at the scene of the accident.
All of the men had open wounds that came into contact with seawater.
GRATEFUL: Emmanuel David after his operation which has closed the open wound on his head
The researchers tested the spray on 228 patients in the United States and Canada who were suffering from painful open wounds that could last for months.
The study carried out by US and Canadian researchers, tested the spray on 228 people with leg ulcers, which are painful open wounds that can last for months.
This open wound has once again turned into a civil strife, either for local reasons or for regional reasons.
These devices are simply a revolution in restoring the primary closure option in open wounds.
He also suffered an open wound on the inside of his left ankle.
We therefore prospectively evaluated the rates of wound healing and recurrence following open wound treatment of post-sequestrectomy dead spaces in 30 patients with haematogenous chronic osteomyelitis of the tibial shaft at the King Orthopaedic Clinic, Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria, between January 2001 and December 2005.
Brighton similar handbook Hikers' And Backpackers' Guide (0897326407) includes coverage of high-altitude problems, stings, open wound treatment, and more.
To the Editor: Vibrio vulnificus infection is transmitted by eating contaminated seafood or by exposure to seawater through an open wound (1).
The concept is to turn an open wound into a controlled, closed wound while removing the excess fluid from the wound bed, thus enhancing circulation and disposal of cellular waste from the lymphatic system.
Billie's emotional turmoil reads like an open wound.
This is an open wound for all Argentines," President Fernando de la Rua said at the time, "like two gashes on the face of the fatherland.
There is no history in their eyes as they tap the lilac drum and birch, roll out the silver necklace into a straight line over the stone and open wound.