puncture wound

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punc·ture wound

n. herida por perforación con un instrumento afilado.
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Now there is a lump between the toes on another foot with no signs of a puncture wound.
Mr Rees was taken to accident and emergency by paramedics and ended up in the resuscitation unit over concern for the puncture wounds.
He said: "When Dewey was first seen he appeared only to have a puncture wound.
It's particularly important to have a booster shot if you have a severe cut or puncture wound and haven't had a booster in the past 5 to 10 years.
Several passengers have apparently been treated for minor injuries, including one person suffering a puncture wound and a minor laceration to the head, while two others complained of back pain.
Cat bites don't have as much force behind them, but cause a deeper puncture wound.
Johnson of the Milwaukee Public Museum described a healed puncture wound in the frill of a ceratopsian dinosaur.
Stingrays can leave a large, jagged cut or puncture wound.
One of the victims suffered a puncture wound to his thigh and both suffered facial injuries.
Officers said she suffered a one-and-a-half inch scratch to her left cheek and a puncture wound to the left of her mouth.
The 14-year-old victim ended up with a puncture wound, Mold Crown Court heard yesterday.