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*  Perineal tear
Second-degree perineal laceration rates were higher for women covered by private insurance than for women covered by Medicaid. ... A perineal tear is a laceration of the skin and other soft tissue structures which, in women, separate the vagina from the anus ... Wang, H; Jayasekara, R; Warland, J (12 March 2015). "The effect of "hands on" techniques on obstetric perineal laceration: A ... Tears are classified into four categories: First-degree tear: laceration is limited to the fourchette and superficial perineal ...
*  Pulmonary laceration
A pulmonary laceration can cause air to leak out of the lacerated lung and into the pleural space, if the laceration goes ... The laceration can also enlarge, as may occur when the injury creates a valve that allows air to enter the laceration, ... Lacerations filled with both blood and air display a distinctive air-fluid level. A single laceration may occur by itself, or ... Pulmonary lacerations usually heal within three to five weeks, and lacerations filled with air will commonly heal within one to ...
*  Cerebral laceration
... the pia-arachnoid membranes are torn over the site of injury in laceration and are not torn in contusion. Lacerations require ... A cerebral laceration is a type of traumatic brain injury that occurs when the tissue of the brain is mechanically cut or torn ... Cerebral lacerations usually accompany other brain injuries and are often found with skull fractures on both sides of the head ... Lacerations are very common in penetrating and perforating head trauma and frequently accompany skull fractures; however, they ...
*  Subungual hematoma
A laceration of the nail bed causes bleeding into the constricted area underneath the hard nail plate. Throbbing pain is common ... Removal of the nail is typically done when the nail itself is disrupted, a large laceration requiring suturing is suspected, or ... Selbst SM, Attia M (2006). "Lacerations". Textbook Of Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Hagerstown, MD: Lippincott Williams & ...
*  Equestrianism
... lacerations (5.7%); concussions (4.6%); dislocations (1.9%); and hematomas (1.2%). Most frequent injury sites are the lower ...
*  1973 Winston 500
Several received lacerations; Earl Brooks had a broken hand, Joe Frasson had shoulder injuries, and Slick Gardner suffered a ...
*  Cycling in London
... deep cuts/lacerations; other head injury; crushing; burns (excluding friction burns); concussion; severe general shock ...
*  Sports-related traumatic brain injury
"Cerebral Contusions and Lacerations". Merck Manuals. Retrieved 1 April 2013. L Morales, MD, Denise. "Brain Contusion Imaging". ... "Cerebral Contusions and Lacerations". Merck Manuals. Retrieved 1 April 2013. Bailes, Julian (2001). Neurological Sports ...
*  Killer whale attacks on humans
Smith was cut all around his torso, had a ruptured kidney and a six-inch laceration of his liver, yet he managed to escape the ... Postmortem abrasions, laceration and avulsion of the scrotum with testes. Avulsion of the skin of the pubic area including the ... I had lacerations and punctures. Johnson, Greg (December 8, 1987). "Unlike Now, 1971 Injury Was Out in Open". Los Angeles Times ...
*  Brendan Marrocco
Severe lacerations to the face; Burns to the neck and face; and Pierced left eardrum. Within 1 hour, he was transported to the ...
*  Queensbury Tunnel
He sustained lacerations and concussion. Although passenger revenue declined due to tram and bus competition, freight traffic ...
*  Wound
Lacerations - irregular tear-like wounds caused by some blunt trauma. Lacerations and incisions may appear linear (regular) or ... An open wound (an avulsion) A laceration to the leg An infected puncture wound to the bottom of the forefoot. A puncture wound ... Treatment of recent lacerations involves examining, cleaning, and closing the wound. Minor wounds, like bruises, will heal on ... For simple lacerations, cleaning can be accomplished using a number of different solutions, including tap water and sterile ...
*  Pulmonary contusion
... and laceration are injuries to the lung tissue. Pulmonary laceration, in which lung tissue is torn or cut, ... Pulmonary lacerations may result from the same blunt or penetrating forces that cause contusion. Lacerations can result in ... When lacerations fill with blood, the result is pulmonary hematoma, a collection of blood within the lung tissue. Contusion ... Unlike pulmonary laceration, another type of lung injury, pulmonary contusion does not involve a cut or tear of the lung tissue ...
*  Terminator (character concept)
Terminator flesh lacerations can be repaired; the T-800 and Sarah Connor closed each other's wounds with sutures in Terminator ... even from massive lacerations and dozens of gunshot wounds. It is unknown what manner of circulatory system, if any, is ...
*  Franklin Pierce Buyer
... he was left with head lacerations. He was then living at 156 West 109th Place. The second holdup was in January 1959, when he ...
*  Insect indicators of abuse or neglect
In long-coated animals, matts and burrs can cause irritation which leads to hot spots, scratching, open lacerations, and ... Investigative surgical procedures revealed tissue lacerations. Spicules from the tissue samples and a partial larva were ...
*  2011 Milwaukee Brewers season
Left thumb laceration. <-> Called up RHP Frankie de la Cruz from Nashville Sounds. 08/22 - Designated 2B Felipe López for ...
*  Neo-Nazi marches in Dresden
More than 150 protestors were injured; fractured bones, bruises and lacerations were treated. "Dresden Nazufrei" commented "A ...
*  Torrance Police Department
The officer received lacerations to his hand. OSHA did end up filing a brief report of the incident. Since the establishment of ...
*  Abdominal trauma
Kidney lacerations may be associated with urinoma or leakage of urine into the abdomen. A shattered kidney is one with multiple ... A laceration of the spleen may be associated with hematoma. Because of the spleen's ability to bleed profusely, a ruptured ... Kidney lacerations and contusions may also occur. Kidney injury, a common finding in children with blunt abdominal trauma, may ... Fractures of the left lower ribs are associated with spleen lacerations in 20 percent of cases. The pancreas may be injured in ...
*  Cutman
Physicians also will stop a match for a laceration that is perpendicular to the eye. The most common area of the face to be cut ... Cutmen typically handle swelling, nosebleeds and lacerations. The rules of combat sports stipulate that these injuries can be a ... lacerations) are the primary focus of the cutman because unless the bleeding is stopped promptly, the fight physician may stop ...
*  Splinter
Management of lacerations in the emergency department. Emerg Med Clin North Am. 2003;21:205-31. American College of Emergency ...
*  Postpartum physiological changes
It may have small lacerations and be swollen. It may also be bruised. The vagina contracts and begins to return to the size ... Pain can come from possible lacerations, incisions, uterine contractions and sore nipples. Appropriate medications are usually ...
*  Pneumothorax
"Equine trauma and first aid: wounds and lacerations". Merck Veterinary Manual, 9th edition (online version). 2005. Archived ...
*  Stanley Waqa
The woman was taken to hospital suffering lacerations. Rugby League Project NRL Stats http://www.couriermail.com.au/sport/nrl/ ...