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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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Closure of abdominal wound is an important step of all abdominal surgeries.
class="MsoNormalCross-examined by defence lawyer Kioko Kilukumi, Dr Wasike said the infection could be a result of other causes, not necessarily the abdominal wound.
During cross-examination by defence lawyer Kioko Kilukumi, Wasike said the infection could have been caused by other causes not necessarily the abdominal wound.
Zhou, "Hemodynamic and pathologic changes in open abdominal wound after seawater immersion in dog," Zhonghua Wai Ke Za Zhi, vol.
Following complications were noted: secondary haemorrhage (blood loss > 500 mls or urgent need for blood transfusion in post-operative period), paralytic ileus (silent bowels 24 hours after surgery in the absence of signs of peritonitis or bowel injury), peritonitis (abdominal distension with signs of peritoneal infection), abdominal wound infection (purulent wound discharge).Patients were discharged on 3rd or 4th day.
Three days after surgery, the horse showed a serosanguineous collection above the abdominal wound and a moderate purulent discharge from the skin incision that were managed with daily manual massage and local disinfection.
However, Ms Farhan had to report to hospital again on two occasions -- the last being on July 31 for closure of an abdominal wound, her son claimed.
(30) In this study, the effects of local honey gel on the improvement of uninfected abdominal wound in cesarean have been assessed.
The father of one, who had been living with his father Chris in Swords, Co Dublin, was taken to Beaumont Hospital but died from an abdominal wound.
Few are associated with abdominal trauma.[sup.1] We report 2 cases of a renocolic fistula as a complication of an abdominal wound due to a gunshot.
The incidence of persistent pain at the abdominal wound at two months was 14.6% (n=62) but subsequently reduced to 4.2% (n = 18) at 12 months.
A penetrating abdominal wound should be bandaged normally, taking care not to apply the dressing too tightly.
The system used a double-syringe arrangement wherein the two components were mixed in situ immediately prior to dispensing to open abdominal wound (Figure 1(a)).