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Another word for a bruise from blunt force is a contusion.
a bruise or a welt caused by broken blood vessels.
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.
A hickey is a bruise caused by suction breaking small blood vessels under the skin. There is nothing that will get rid of it. The bruise will clear on its own. Makeup will cover it.
what is another name for war damages?
The blow caused a bruise on his arm
Yes,, That's what it's for. It pays for damages you caused to another.
No, a bruise or contusion is caused by direct force that breaks small capillaries. You can run into a table leg, and bruise your shin. You can fall and bruise your wrist. If the injury involves trauma or fracture, the bruising can be large and look quite ugly.
many damages that r caused by thunderstorms are power failure and floods also can damages cars and properties to
It is caused by a bunch of broken blood vesseles, causing the color of a bruise to change.
The yellow spots are caused from tiny blood vessels that have ruptured (a bruise) The blood is starting to break down and is being reabsorbed by the body. So it's like a bruise where at first it is blue, then green, then yellow then back to normal only because the vessels of the eye are so superficial it would be red then yellow.
Electronic shops , cars , houses .etc. are the damages caused by flood.
Legal parents or legal guardians are responsible for the damages caused by their juvenile.
Of course, any surgical incision or surgical equipment used on the body can cause bruising. The physiology of how a bruise forms remains the same, no matter how the bruise is caused. It will always be an injury to small blood vessels that bleed into surrounding tissues. Even though the body clots the blood, the bruise has already begun but may not be visible for 24 hours.
A contusion is a bruise. Blunt trauma would likely refer to how the contusion how the bruise was caused.
contusion is also callled as bruise.
Bleeding under the skin (internal bleeding)
It hasn't caused any damage.