[…] wound, and antihistamines or specific antivenin as necessary. insect bite An injury in which the body surface is torn by an insect, resulting in abrasions, punctures, or lacerated … Insect bites are puncture wounds or lacerations made by insects.
Small, raised lesions Loss of hair ( alopecia ) Dried discharge in affected area The infection can occur on the superficial layers of the dog's skin, or if there is a deep laceration … […] condition. pyoderma A disease of the skin in which it emits pus pus A product made of fluid, cell waste, and cells prognosis The prediction of a disease’s outcome in advance laceration … This is most easily done if the patient presents a cut or laceration, or an insect bite.
Experts distinguish five subtypes of lacerations: Split laceration: The lacerations occurs when a part of the body is crushed between two external objects. … This is the most common type of laceration. … Five types of laceration occur: Split laceration occurs when a part of the body is crushed between two external objects.
On very rare occasions, the uterus may have been perforated by a surgical instrument, or the cervix may have been lacerated. … […] specifically, for a flow murmur) Abdomen – examine for hepatosplenomegaly and note if pain is elicited during exam GU External exam – look for signs of trauma (inflammation or lacerations … […] squamous cell carcinoma, endometrial adenocarcinoma, estrogen-producing ovarian tumors, testosterone-producing ovarian tumors, leiomyosarcoma Trauma: foreign body, abrasions, lacerations
Look at lids and surrounding structures to be sure there is no other associated trauma (lid laceration, fracture of orbital rim). … Most common areas of globe rupture: At limbus Insertion of intraocular muscles Penetrating injury of the eye (corneal laceration). … Measure intraocular pressure if possible(as long as there is no presence of a laceration) Screen for sickle cell in black patients or patients or mixed race.