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Through-and-through laceration

through-and-through laceration

A laceration that penetrates two surfaces of a structure, generally restricted to skin or mucosal surfaces, such as the cheek, lip, ala nasi, pinna, etc.


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... the outer most skin layer. We slough off some cells as well as bacteria and fungi that are hanging out on our skin. If we scratch hard enough or scrape of against something we can get an abrasion or a laceration where the scratch goes down to the dermis and hyperdermis where we ...

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