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bruising

discoloration and actual hemorrhage at the site of injury, and a serious disadvantage in the meat trade. In the first 12 hours after injury the bruise is bright red, at 24 hours it is dark red, at 24 to 36 hours it loses its firm consistency and becomes watery and at 3 or more days it is an orange-red color and has a soapy feel.
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An independent report by social services was then conducted ahead of the health board's own investigation which identified the most probable cause of Amelia's injuries was accidental bruising by nursing staff.
1-3) Bruising on the anterior abdominal wall could be the only clinical finding suggestive of intra-abdominal injury.
Contrary to anecdotal reports and against the investigators' expectations, patients saw no significant difference in either pain or bruising with the addition of lidocaine, with or without epinephrine, to the hyaluronic acid dermal filler.
Unusual locations for pediatric bruising include the lower back, buttocks, cheeks, ears, or neck.
His agent Chris Broad said: "He's got a bit of bruising on his leg and he was a bit lame so didn't pass the doctor.
And anyone who is on a blood thinner, such as aspirin or warfarin (Coumadin), will likely experience more frequent bruising because blood that escapes from damaged capillaries will take longer to clot.
All autopsy reports were initially divided into those infants with external bruising on examination and those without external bruising.
Mr Parvaiz also had a large area of bruising around his right ear, which had a pattern in it different to that of the other bruise.
If skin is repeatedly bruising for no reason or if it takes longer to heal than a few days.
Abstract: Physicians often see patients who complain of "easy bruising.
He is plenty fit enough and we are looking for the bruising to come out to in order to continue his King George preparation.