fight bite

A jagged laceration on the dorsum of the hand, often over the knuckles, seen when a combatant’s fist strikes another combatant’s teeth, causing abrasions, deep lacerations, puncture wounds, and an inoculum of mixed oral flora—e.g., staphylococci—50% of which produce penicillinase, beta-haemolytic streptococci, Eikenella corrodens

fight bite

A jagged laceration on dorsal hand, often over the knuckles, seen when Hooligan A's fist strikes Ne'er-do-well B's teeth, causing abrasions, deep lacerations, puncture wounds, and an inoculum of mixed oral flora–eg, staphylococci–50% of which produce penicillinase, β-hemolytic streptococci,.Eikenella corrodens; sans treatment, FBs may become complicated, resulting in clenched fist syndrome. Se Clenched fist syndrome

fight bite

(fīt bīt)
A laceration of the digits of the hand resulting from a punch or blow that connects with the teeth of the victim.
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The court heard Hutchison also had to go to hospital on three occasions due to a "fight bite"- an injury caused to someone who punches their victim on the tooth - which began to smell due to infection.
In some cases, injuries may present in a relatively innocuous manner yet pose an imminent threat to life and limb; compartment syndrome and "fight bite," for instance, can quickly deteriorate into tissue necrosis and extensive infection.
Orthopedic pitfalls in the ED: fight bite. Am J Emerg Med.
We are thinking of renaming the stepcounting wristband device Fight Bite because our marriage is seriously under pressure.
Similarly, the hand is vulnerable to significant infection, particularly if it is inoculated with bacteria from human mouth flora (the well-described "fight bite").
Mr Mepham, do you believe that players brought to Villa Park on the back of promises of challenging for European places are happy when the reality of a relegation fight bites? Ellis must go.