grattage


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grat·tage

(gră-tazh'),
Scraping or brushing an ulcer or surface with sluggish granulations to stimulate the healing process.
[Fr. scraping]

grattage

/grat·tage/ (grah-tahzh´) [Fr.] removal of granulations by scraping.

grat·tage

(gră-tahzh')
Scraping or brushing an ulcer or surface with sluggish granulations to stimulate the healing process.
[Fr. scraping]

grat·tage

(gră-tazh')
Scraping or brushing an ulcer or body surface covered with sluggish granulations to stimulate healing.
[Fr. scraping]

grattage

[Fr.] removal of granulations by scraping.
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Mr Grattage said: "As she [the child] tried to take the ball back, the dog took her to the floor and started to bite her, pulling her along the ground.
1 :: Aspect clinique de l'elephantiasis penoscrotal avec lesions de grattage.
Grattage with Rob Higgins He said that success was thanks to the hard work of staff University Hospital, Warwick Medical School and the Tissue Typing Laboratory.
L'episode le plus secret se rapporte aux organes sexuels des filles : grattage de la vulve et etirement repete quatre fois -- chiffre feminin qui s'oppose au 3 masculin -- du clitoris.
En effet, le recit passe sans transition aucune du grattage de la tache a la suppression du mot sur la feuille.
After his pleas at Teesside Crown Court, defence barrister Stephen Grattage said: "In interview he was extremely frank and clear about his acceptance of these offences.
La galle cameline, quant a elle, souligne le conseiller agricole est une maladie infectieuse contagieuse de la peau, causee par de minuscules insectes invisibles, caracterisee par des plaques rouges et humides evoluant en petites croutes dans la peau de l'animal et un grattage.
Stephen Grattage, prosecuting, also read a statement to the court from one of the young female victims, who was in the park with a pal.
Judge Christopher Batty was told the coroner was proposing to release Mr Radford's body but Stephen Grattage representing Gledhill, who was not at court, said that might cause problems for the defence.
Steve Grattage, prosecuting, said the children saw a man, later identified as Alcock, push through a hedgerow to dump the Smith and Wesson gun because he was aware of a large police presence in the area.
A long terme, l'on retrouve des problemes cutanes, particulierement des infections de la peau dues au tic de grattage et a une mauvaise hygiene corporelle.
Stephen Grattage, defending, said Carroll had been worried about money because his employers had been unable to pay him, and he wrongly feared that civil action over the council tax debt could result in his recall to prison.