laceration

(from the article `parturition`) Lacerations
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laceration

(L. laceratio) 1. the act of tearing. 2. a torn, ragged, mangled wound.
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laceration

(las″әr-a´shәn) the act of tearing. a wound produced by the tearing of body tissue, as distinguished from a cut or incision. External lacerations may be small or large and may be caused in many ways, such as a blow from a blunt instrument, a fall against a rough surface, or an accident ...
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laceration

[n] - a torn ragged wound 2. [n] - the act of lacerating
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Laceration

• (n.) A breach or wound made by lacerating. • (n.) The act of lacerating.
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laceration

noun the act of lacerating
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Laceration

Lac`er·a'tion noun [ Latin laceratio : confer French lacération .] 1. The act of lacerating. 2. A breach or wound made by lacerating. Arbuthnot.
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laceration

1. The act of tearing. ... 2. A torn, ragged, mangled wound. ... Origin: L. Laceratio ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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laceration

a cut, tear, or ragged opening in the skin caused by an injury or trauma.
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Laceration

A tear or cut.
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Laceration

a torn or ragged wound
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Laceration

A wound caused by tearing which is irregular in form unlike a surgical incision.
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Laceration

In pregnancy, a laceration refers to a tear
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Laceration

In pregnancy, a laceration refers to a tear in the perineal area that occurs during childbirth.
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Laceration

Irregular wounds caused by a blunt impact to soft tissue which lies over hard tissue
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Laceration

Laceration: A cut. All that is required to care for most cuts is to wash them with soap and water and keep them clean and dry. Putting alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, and iodine onto cuts can delay healing and should be avoided. Seek medical care early if you think that the cut may need stitches. Any delay can increase the rate of wound infection.
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laceration

the act of tearing irregularly
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laceration

Type: Term Pronunciation: las′ĕr-ā′shŭn Definitions: 1. A torn or jagged wound, or an accidental cut wound. 2. The process or act of tearing the tissues.
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laceration

Wound with jagged edges.
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