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blunt

(blunt) having a thick or dull edge or point; not sharp.

blunt

Forensics
Referring to an object—in particular one used to strike blows against a person—which causes flatter wounds with broader regional tissue damage than that caused by a sharp object.
 
Medspeak
See Blunt dissection.
 
Vox populi
Curt, frank, coarse, rude, brusque, candid.

blunt

(blŭnt)
1. Of surgical instruments, having a smooth or rounded end.
2. Having no sharp angles, edges, or points.
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1,2 Ultrasonography (US) especially Focused Assessment Sonography for Trauma (FAST) is mostly used as the first method of screening patients with blunt abdominal trauma.
Small bowel injury associated with blunt abdominal trauma has a poorer prognosis than small bowel injury following a penetrating abdominal trauma.
In our study, as depicted in (Table-1) the mean age of the victims of blunt abdominal trauma was found to be 25 years.
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According to the cops, Amy Seiber immediately admitted the blunt was hers, TMZ.
Blunt and Duplass are both excellent in their roles, but DeWitt is fabulous - all the more so because she's still not particularly well known.
All patients with blunt abdominal trauma in Pietermaritzburg are assessed by the surgical staff in our receiving departments.
Josh Blunt wasn't nave when he accepted the job to be Lane Community College's baseball coach last September.