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Tissue Injuries Pt 1

Injuries To The Tissues - Part 1

Abrasion An open wound, road burn, or rug burn in which the outer layer of skin has been scraped off.
Anaphylactic Shock A severe, sometimes fatal allergic reaction that causes a sharp drop in blood pressure and breathing difficulties.
Anatomy The study of the structure of the body (how the body is put together).
Articulation A joint; the point at which two or more bones meet.
Avulsion A painful soft tissue injury in which a flap of tissue is torn loose or pulled off completely.
Blister A bubble-like collection of fluid beneath or within the epidermis of the skin.
Bursitis Inflammation of a bursa.
Callus A thickened, usually painless area of skin caused by friction or pressure.
Cardiac Muscle The muscle of the heart, adapted to continued rhythmic contraction.
Cell The basic unit of life.
Created by: rusha