degloving


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degloving

 [de-gluv´ing]
intra-oral surgical exposure of the bony mandibular chin; it can be performed in the posterior region if necessary.

de·glov·ing

(dē'glŭv'ing),
1. Intraoral surgical exposure of the anterior mandible used in various orthognathic surgical operations such as genioplasty or mandibular alveolar surgery.
2. Intraoral exposure of the midfacial skeleton used in various operations on the nose and paranasal sinuses particularly for excision of neoplasms.
3.

degloving

/de·glov·ing/ (de-gluv´ing) intra-oral surgical exposure of the bony mandibular chin; it can be performed in the posterior region if necessary.

degloving

[dēglov′ing]
Etymology: L, de + AS, glof
1 an injury to an extremity-finger, hand, arm, leg, or foot-in which the soft tissue down to the bone, including neurovascular bundles and sometimes tendons, is traumatically peeled off.
2 (in dentistry) the exposure of the bony mandibular anterior or posterior regions by oral surgery or trauma.
3 removal of latex or vinyl hand coverings.
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Degloving injury of the thumb

de·glov·ing

(dē-glŏv'ing)
1. Intraoral surgical exposure of the anterior mandible used in various orthognathic surgical operations such as genioplasty or mandibular alveolar surgery.

de·glov·ing

(dē-glŏv'ing)
1. Intraoral surgical exposure of anterior mandible used in various orthognathic surgical operations.
2. Intraoral exposure of the midfacial skeleton used in operations on the nose and paranasal sinuses.

degloving

(dēgluv´ing),
n an intraoral surgical exposure of the bony mandibular anterior region. This procedure can be performed in the posterior region if necessary.
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Degloving injury.

degloving

the avulsion of skin from underlying structures, usually a result of trauma. Besides the possibility of injury to other structures, there may be a problem with viability of the skin involved.
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Surgical penile exploration was achieved through a circumferential subcoronal incision and penile degloving.
In the nasal cavity, surgical options include endoscopic excision, lateral rhinotomy, and even facial degloving, depending on the size and location of the lesion.
The mean periarticular wound size seen in the ED is approximately 4 cm, but can range to as small as 1 cm (most commonly seen in puncture or penetrating type wounds from bullets) to large lacerations with associated degloving soft-tissue injuries.
The force of an avulsion, or degloving, injury is so powerful that the skin is peeled away, damaging blood vessels, muscles, and tendons.
21-24) These reports include the repair of a large open wound on the distal antebrachium of a great horned owl (Bubo virginianus) (22); degloving injuries on the heads of northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) (23); and wounds on the head of a red-tailed hawk, rock dove (Columba livia), and ring-necked pheasant (Phasianus colchicus).
While not clinically proven, suspicion exists that pulsed magnetic fields help in the healing of chronic ulcers and perhaps even help in the return of sensation and pseudomotor function in chronically insensate skin such as that following degloving injuries.
Not only did she lose one of her legs, but she also suffered a degloving injury to the other knee - where the skin is effectively torn from the flesh - as well as a head injury.
PN Age Gender DH IH Level of Type of amputation amputation 1 31 M R R wrist guillotine 2 26 M R L thumb-distal phalanx crush 3 25 M R R 2-middle phalanx guillotine 4 49 M R L thumb-distal phalanx guillotine 5 20 F R L 1-transmetacarpal guillotine 6 39 F R R 2-proximal phalanx guillotine 7 26 F R L 4-distal phalanx degloving 8 50 M R L distal forearm crush 9 19 F R L 3-distal phalanx guillotine 10 20 M L L 1-transmetacarpal degloving 11 55 M R L 2-middle phalanx avulsion 12 54 M R L distal forearm avulsion 13 21 M R L Wrist guillotine 14 59 M R L 3-distal phalanx degloving PN S2PD S2PD FTAM FTAM TTAM TTAM BMD BMD IH NIH NIH IH IH NIH NIH IH 1 protective 4 238 270 155 170 52.
Plaintiff Paul Mathis sustained a degloving soft tissue injury to his right lower leg in an October 1, 2007, incident as he rode as a passenger in a 2007 model year Yamaha Rhino 660 operated by his girlfriend in a field.
One child hid a burning firework in his pants, resulting in a pelvic fracture, genital ablation, necrotic anterior abdominal wall, perforated bowel and degloving of the femoral triangle.
It's called a degloving injury and it's when the skin and the tissue and fat get separated from the underlying muscle.
The accident resulted in severe bilateral below-knee degloving injuries with fractures of the ankle and the fibular neck.