regions of body

re·gions of bod·y

the topographic divisions of the body.
Synonym(s): regiones corporis
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This could be because most of the victims included in this study were involved in ambush encounters and sniper shooting resulting in gunshot injuries rather than blast injuries which usually results in injuries to multiple regions of body. In a study11 by Sheffy N et al, conducted on terror victims it was concluded that high number of victims (i.e.
Skin scrapings were collected at different interval from three different regions of body for microscopic examination of mites using standard technique (Soulsby, 1982).