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.

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.
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The fur and skin on Rocco's paw had been torn off like a glove in what's known as a "degloving injury".
Wearing gloves does not provide a barrier for hand washing, in fact washing hands after degloving the hands is more advisable according to CDC guidelines.
(3) A pedicle-advancement flap was used to cover degloving head injuries in a northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis).
Doctors from the British Society for Surgery of the Hand are warning people about the dangers after a huge number of nasty fractures, dislocations and even cases of 'degloving' - when when the skin is completely ripped off.
A degloving wound means that the skin is torn off from the underlying tissue.
"The poor girl was in shock with over 30 puncture wounds, lacerations and a nasty 'degloving' injury on her leg and neck.
Treatment of thumb tip degloving injury using the modified first dorsal metacarpal artery flap.
The latter was caused in part by a degloving injury, which occurs when an extended section of skin is completely torn off from the tissue underneath.
Keith Leonard, of Vets4Pets Leeds Birstall, said: "These were the most extreme degloving injuries I have managed in 20 years of being a vet.
Under spinal anesthesia, when degloving of the penile skin and evacuation of hematoma was done, partial disruption of both cavernosal bodies and complete urethral disruption were identified (Figure 2).
Morel-Lavallee lesions occur post-traumatically and are deep subcutaneous closed degloving injuries where the skin and subcutaneous tissues are separated from the underlying fascia.
KEY WORDS: Skin grafting; Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy; Degloving injuries;