contuse

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to bruise by a blow, either with or without the breaking of the skin
{v} to bruise, crush, beat together
To bruise; to injure or disorganize a part without breaking the skin
{f} bruise, injure
to bruise
To beat, pound, or bray together
injure the underlying soft tissue of bone of; "I bruised my knee"
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A wound, such as a bruise, in which the skin is not broken; often having broken blood vessels and discolouration
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a bruise
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{n} the act of bruising, a bruise, a hurt
contused
past of contuse
contuses
third-person singular of contuse
contusing
present participle of contuse
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The act or process of beating, bruising, or pounding; the state of being beaten or bruised
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An injury to a muscle and tissues caused by a blow from a blunt object, typically resulting in a bruise
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A bruise; an injury attended with more or less disorganization of the subcutaneous tissue and effusion of blood beneath the skin, but without apparent wound
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A bruise; an area in which blood that has leaked out of blood vessels is mixed with brain tissue
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A bruise; an area in which blood that has leaked out of blood vessels and is mixed with brain tissue
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Crushing of tissue
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bruise
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Rupture of small blood vessels and resulting in black-and-blue marks, a bruise
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A contusion is a bruise. a bruise or bruising
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a bruise caused by a blow to the muscle, tendon, or ligament caused when blood pools around the injury and discolors the skin
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— A bruise, an injury of a part without a break in the skin
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an injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration
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An injury to a muscle and tissues caused by a blow from a blunt object Cortical Steroids - Used to suppress joint inflammation
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{i} bruise, injury, swelling
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the action of bruising; "the bruise resulted from a contusion"
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[from the Latin tundo, to beat]: A traumatic flesh injury which does not break the skin
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A bruise, often associated with blunt trauma
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a bruise caused by a blow to the muscle, tendon, or ligament; caused when blood pools around the injury and discolors the skin
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An injury to a muscle and tissues caused by a blow from a blunt object
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a pooling of blood under the skin that remains relatively flat; a bruise
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a bruise caused by a blow to the muscle, tendon or ligament; caused when blood pools around the injury and discolors the skin
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A bruising injury that does not break the skin
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Any injury (usually caused by a blow) in which the skin is not broken (a bruise) In the brain, this could result from a rapid deceleration of the head causing the brain to impact on the skull's internal bony prominences
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a bruising injury Spinal cord contusions result in a cavity or hole in the center of the spinal cord Myelinated axons typically survive around the perimeter of the spinal cord, and the dura may even remain unbroken by the injury
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A contusion is a bruise that doesn't break the skin
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the action of bruising; "the bruise resulted from a contusion
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    [ k&n-'tü-zh&n, -'t ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English conteschown, from Middle French contusion, from Latin contusion-, contusio, from contundere to pound, bruise, from com- + tundere to beat; akin to Gothic stautan to strike, Sanskrit tudati he pushes.

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