Definition of Laceration | What is Laceration

Concept and Meaning of  Laceration

Laceration, from the latin laceratĭo, is the action and the effect of lacerate. This verb refers to hurt, injure, damage or distress. It can be used, therefore, in a physical sense (specific and body trauma) or a symbolic/figurative sense (emotional pain).
Examples: "physicians said that it is a significant laceration that take time to heal", 'laceration produced by the coup forced us to seven points of suture to the victim', ' what hurts it are lacerations of the soul.
One can define the laceration as a rupture that occurs on the skin. These ruptures can be minor or serious. Minor lacerations have little pain and bleeding, no numbness or tingling in the area. Usually, these wounds heal quickly without having to go see a doctor.
Major lacerations, in turn, include heavy bleeding and very hurt. Sometimes, tendons or bones can be seen through the laceration. In these cases, immediate medical attention is necessary.
In the presence of a minor laceration, it is important to clean the wound with SOAP and warm water. Then, then apply an ointment or antibiotic cover with sterile gauze.
The laceration may also have a metaphorical sense when the pain deep in the soul: ' each of your words cause a laceration in my mind: I ask you to stop ","I will never forgive emotional lacerations that you have caused my son","facial injuries heal quickly, but not the lacerations that occurred in the depth of my being.
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