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a torn ragged wound

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the act of lacerating

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That laceration was down to the left jugular vein and was perfectly in line with the vein and had split the wall of the vein.
We have not found any similar reports of subcutaneous emphysema confined to the neck, which in this patient appears to have been due to the cuff of the tracheal tube approximating the length of the laceration and thus containing any further escape of inflated gas.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Tehran University researchers discovered that application of polymeric nanofibers heals the body lacerations faster without causing any side effects.
The two-and-a-half-year-old suffered corrosion and laceration in her mouth, the esophagus and stomach, as well as burns to the respiratory tract.
Several other parties were also injured and have also filed suits of their own, including NBA player Tony Parker who sued the club for $20 million under pretenses that he suffered a corneal laceration in his left eye among other injuries, MTV details.
BALTIMORE - Anal sphincter laceration is significantly associated with anal incontinence 5-10 years after a woman's first delivery and has significant impact on quality of life, compared with women who had a vaginal delivery without laceration and women who had cesarean section.
He was bitten on the upper thigh and has got a large laceration on his leg," the spokeswoman said.
The woman received a laceration to the back of the head, a fractured wrist and lacerations to her hand," a NSW Police spokeswoman said.
However, cervical cerclage and induction of labor appeared to be risk factors for cervical laceration in these deliveries, wrote Dr.
Hazard: The glass pitchers can break or leak, posing laceration and/or burn hazards to consumers if filled with hot tea.
He had a 4in laceration to the chest and severe lacerations to the back of the head.
Chicco-brand Polly folding baby high chairs sold by the US subsidiary of Italy's Artsana SpA pose laceration risks from exposed pegs on the back of the chair.
Hazard: Sharp metal edges on the back of the boards can become exposed while removing mounted boards, posing a laceration hazard.