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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Backyard poultry with extensive trauma, even cases with intracoelomic hemorrhage, large degloving wounds, and/or pulmonary bruising, will surprise you with how well they do if you manage them with appropriate supportive care, including adequate analgesia, antibiotic, and nutritional support.
My own leg was badly damaged: I'd suffered 'a severe degloving of the leg', where much of the flesh and muscle below the knee had been completely stripped off.
My move to surgery has rewarded me with my very first degloving injury (where skin is traumatically torn from the underlying tissues).
The boy was rushed to hospital and was found to have a "full thickness degloving injury," meaning the flesh had been stripped away from the muscle.
Proximal tibial fractures are complex injuries, difficult to treat as they are associated with dissociation of comminuted metaphysis from diaphysis and open wounds and extensive degloving injuries.
The call initially came through as an amputation but it later transpired the woman had suffered a bilateral degloving injury - where the skin and flesh is completely ripped away from the tissue and muscle underneath - down the left side of her leg.
Hence, the dissection of penile degloving for hypospadias repair can access both spaces and the testicle can be located and fixed to its intended location in the scrotum.
A 26 year old male reported to the casualty with soft tissue injuries to the face including tissue loss to the upper lip, intraoral laceration and lower vestibular degloving injury.
3 High energy tibial fractures such as those presenting with articular depression, condylar displacement, dissociation of metaphysis from diaphysis and degloving injuries are very difficult to treat.
When the extents of Moses's horrific industrial injuries are revealed as "Traumatic degloving lesion of the penile and scrotal tissue," readers who type that sentence into Google's search bar will be taken to several versions of a medical journal article from which Crummey purloins almost verbatim the grisly details of Moses's injury (287).
Morel-Lavalle lesions are closed internal degloving injuries that are uncommon.
He sustained a degloving injury to the right lower extremity with extensive tissue loss measuring 25 x 15 cm with areas of exposed tibia (Figure 1), associated with an underlying distal tibia fracture (Figure 2).