friction burn

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fric·tion burn

(frikshŭn bŭrn)
An injury caused by rubbing against a rough surface, which removes layers of the skin.
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Fractures, dislocations, lacerations and friction burns are among the injuries seen.
Dr Hillary Kiplagat who conducted the autopsy said the victim also had several bruises and friction burns on the upper and lower limbs.
Fractures, dislocations, lacerations and friction burns are among the injuries seen by doctors treating unfortunate dog owners.
It wasn't required, but some friction burns emerged post-match in midweek, caused by controversial decisions by referee Charles Breakspear - and Flitcroft is happy to fan the flames.
The New Zealander, who qualifies for Wales following the World Cup, was among a number of Scarlets players to suffer painful friction burns, blisters, grazing and cuts during their Guinness PRO14 semifinal away victory over Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun.
The New Zealander, who qualifies for Wales following the World Cup, was among a number of Scarlets players to suffer friction burns, blisters, grazing and cuts during their Guinness PRO14 semi-final away victory over Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun.
For the past 12 years, the singer and actress has taken pole dancing classes - and her training sessions have left her in great shape, despite the friction burns.
He had received deep friction burns. Since the child was not treated properly, his fingers were scarred up and curled into his palm, causing his hand to become dysfunctional.
The uncomfortable rubbingtogether of your thigh area in sweaty conditions can all too quickly lead to irritating friction burns.
The thief abandoned the scene while the 31-year-old was taken to hospital where he was treated for bruises to the head, friction burns, and abrasions.
He fumbled for his Swiss Army knife, pulled out its penknife, and cut the rope, but was badly injured by friction burns.
Patients experience fewer falls, friction burns, dislocated shoulders, skin tears, and bruises.