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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

Synonyms for wound

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In all the cases head showed lacerated wound, of which 35% were crushed lacerated wounds (Table 1).
2011) and Nelson (2002) reported that cases survived until surgery was performed as they breathe through the lacerated wound.
Bilateral corneal laceration: It was diagnosed in a one month old calf showing laceration of cornea and evisceration of iris and haemorrhage was evident through lacerated wound (Fig.
Swollen hanging prolapse mass soiled with dust and straw and also so many lacerated wound were noticed over the surface.
On the day of presentation the wound was thoroughly cleaned and a pinch of finely ground Copper sulphate was put deep into the lacerated wound to debride the dead and devitalised tissues and kill the microbes.
The coverage included physician's visit charges, specialist consultation (in-patient visit ) charges, intensive care unit (ICU) charges, miscellaneous hospital expenses, surgical operation charges, operation theatre charges, medicines and drugs (in-Patient), diagnostic tests, complete special diagnosis tests, as and when required, cancer treatment, daycare surgeries, all emergency treatment whether medical or accidental, fractures and lacerated wounds, blood and oxygen supplies, emergency dental treatment due to accidental injuries and dreaded diseases.
Explosive shells created deep, lacerated wounds and drove bacteria-rich soil into the body.
The boy died of multiple lacerated wounds in his frontal area, right shoulder and right thigh.