What happens to the underneath skin of bruise?
it turns purple because blood rushes to the bruised area in order to begin the healing process
The discoloration under the skin shown by a bruise is caused by the rupture of small blood vessels and escape of blood into the tissue.
That is probably a bruise.
Because that is the blood underneath your skin trying to heal where you bumped into
usually it just causes a bruise, thats what a bruise is... a clot under the skin.
no, but it can tan over because, a bruise is under the skin.
three: A subcutaneous bruise is one that occurs just below the skin and will normally be considered mild. At another level, an intramuscular bruise occurs deeper within the belt of the muscle underneath and can cause some more significant damage. An even deeper bruise is a periosteal bruise which refers to a bone bruise, which can be very painful. from http://yourarticlesource.com/Art/60692/85/What-Are-the-Different-Types-of-Bruising.html
A contusion is a bruise or hemorrhage without a break in the skin.
Well, the actual nail is always dead, just like your hair. The blue comes from something like a bruise in the skin underneath the nail.
Bruises are caused from bleeding under the skin. So even if someone where to punch you in the arm the skin underneath would bleed a little and cause bruising. Nothing to worry about. It will go away.
When injured the skin produces new cells and repairs tears. what happens when tiny blood vessels beneath the skin burst and leak into surrounding tissues?
It creates a bruise.
A bruise is basically a puddle of blood in/underneath the skin. As the body begins to breakdown the excess blood the puddle will thin out, which causes the color changes.
Your skin may bruise or go red with a white discoloured patch in the middle, it may turn into a lump and sting be careful as this can cause skin cancer.
You will see bleeding underneath your skin. When your vein pops, you can actually feel it. It's a very strange feeling, so you'll know when it happens. It should look like a fresh bruise for a few days or weeks. How do I know? I've popped 2 veins on my left hand through stupid activities with friends.
Yes, you can really get a bruise anywhere you have skin. Some areas are less likely to bruise than others, but anywhere is possible.
It stings really badly!! As the skin is broken the fresh skin underneath is raw and so when you put something on it, as it is not used to it it will be painful. *WARNING: DO NOT TRY IT!*
It really depends on how you received the injury; however a bruise in the result of an insult to the skin. If the skin becomes abraded during the injury this would cause the scab to form. It is possible to have a bit of a scab from a bruise without noticing an abrasion to the skin and this has to do the the skin being porous and blood collecting near the surface.
Because a blood vessel was bursted, which causes the bruise.
Fruit bruises because it falls or something happens to it just how we bruise.
A bruise (called a contusion) can burn, itch, feel warm or hot, feel tender or ache, etc. The best explanation is that our skin has millions of sensory nerves. A bruise results from minor bleeding under the skin. This can stretch the skin slightly. This slight stretching can cause the 'symptom' you describe.
what we refer to as a bruise is just the visible result of bleeding underneath the skin. we most commonly get bruises if we hit our body against something and damage the cells and blood vessels beneath the skin; the damaged blood vessels leak blood, but the blood is contained underneath the skin because there is no wound leading to the outside. however, if there is some internal bleeding that is near enough the outermost… Read More
Dust underneath your bed is your own dead skin. Dust underneath your bed is your own dead skin. Dust underneath your bed is your own dead skin.
Certainly. Any time you break blood vessels under the skin, you've got a bruise. As the ear has a blood supply, you can indeed bruise it.
because the bruise is blood under the skin..and the blood cells break down and realease chemicals that causes your skin to turn black and blue
There are several methods for removing bruises. First, understand that a bruise is pooled blood underneath the skin. In order to remove that pooled blood, you need blood circulating at that point. Therefore, increased blood circulation to the affected area is the cure. There are two ways that this can be done. One is to increase the blood circulation by soaking the affected area with hot water (not scalding, of course). The fastest method is… Read More
A deep bruise is a bruise deep inside your skin. Like near the muscle, vein, or even bone. Deep bruises can go very deep (lol)
A bruise is where some blood vessels under the skin rupture causing a bluish grey discoloration under the skin. Sometimes accompanied by a slight swelling. Usually occurring as a result of an injury.
Girls bruise more easily than boys because girls' skin is thinner and the fat and blood vessels in their skin is organized different than boys.
Just suck on their skin. It is essentially a bruise.
Bleeding under the skin (internal bleeding)
An injury in which the skin is not broken, a bruise.
Yes, frogs do get visible bruises.
If you hit your nail you will get a bruise underneath it and that is what you see on the nail. Or nailpolish.
we get bruises because it is bleeding under the skin which causes the discoloration. If you bump yourself and have a bruise athe next day its from bleeding under the skin. If however you always have bruises or bruise eaisly see your doctor.
A banana has a thicker skin than a peach. So a peach does not bruise easier than a banana.
It bruises because it has a thin layer of skin and it is easy for the blood vestals to break or get a split in them so a bruise forms.
A black and blue mark is a bruise. A bruise in medicine is called a contusion. A bruise occurs when a force breaks small capillaries, letting blood ooze into the tissues.
A bruise is a discoloration just under the skin. You should not have any opening in a bruise unless you also got a cut. Therefore, a typical bruise should not create a scab. A scab only occurs when the body needs to heal a cut or opening.
A bruise does not break the skin. Therefore, a bruise cannot leave a scar. If you got cut, with a bruise around the cut, you might get a scar after the cut heals. But bruises don't scab or scar.
You can bruise yourself by knocking or hitting a body part. It does not have to be hit hard - just enough to burst a blood vessel beneath the skin.
If a bruise is deep enough in the tissues, you will not see direct evidence on the skin. For example, a brain contusion. However, most bruises are visible.
No, a bruise is just where some capillaries have broken under the skin. The blood leaks, and it takes a bit for it to "dissolve" back into your system.
Maybe just thin skin
its a swollen blood vessel so neither
A painful bump on your skin, usually worse than a bruise.
What causes bleeing from under the skin is a bruise. You can tell how bad you're bleeding from under your skin by the color of the bruise. If it's black, you know it's bleeding a lot. If it's yellowy-greeny it's not a major bruise. Bruises can change color. It also depends on how hard you hit yourself. Say, for example, you got hit in the leg with a soccer ball; and the bruise is… Read More
In its simplest form, a bruise is called a contusion. A contusion is an injury to underlying tissue without breaking the skin and is characterized by discoloration and pain (contus means bruise, and -ion means condition) This discoloration is caused by and accumulation of blood within the skin.. The "black-and-blue" skin discoloration typical of a bruise is called ecchymosis, caused by small capillaries leaking blood into surrounding tissue. A really serious bruise with pronounced swelling… Read More
Bruises are made when blood escapes from a torn blood vessel underneath the skin. As the bruise ages, the blood is dissolved back into the body. Different components of the blood are different colors, so it changes from dark red to purplish to yellowish as it ages.
A bruise is a minor injury to the tissues, from falling or bumping into something. Usually the skin will turn a purplish blue or other color and will be tender to touch.
yes, it happens to me all the time
U would bleed to death