English to Japanese Meaning :: contusion

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Noun(1) an injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration(2) the action of bruising

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(1) Todd had a contusion on his collarbone, and Kathi had a contusion on her tibia.(2) The same mechanisms that produce toe fractures may cause a ligament sprain, contusion , dislocation, tendon injury, or other soft tissue injury.(3) a dark contusion on his cheek was beginning to swell(4) His MRI showed a contusion and some tissue damage and something else that I can't pronounce.(5) Dr. Whittemore and his colleagues injected the treated precursor cells into the spinal cords of rats with a type of spinal injury called a contusion , which is caused by an impact to the spinal cord.(6) Eight of those injuries were concussions and one was a head contusion without any acute neurologic effects.(7) ‘Associated injuries often make the diagnosis of a cardiac contusion difficult,’ Dr. Doty says.(8) Minor sprains and strains and contusions constituted one-half of all injuries.(9) This action helps thwart swelling and bruising, making it very useful for the topical treatment of bruises, sprains and contusions .(10) The majority of injuries were diagnosed as contusions .(11) Bruises, contusions , scabs and grazes are useful for when you want to pull the odd sickie from work or school, or if you are making an insurance claim and you want to make the damage look worse than it is (kidding of course…).(12) Injuries included broken teeth and jaws as well as contusions and lesions on face and body.(13) The most common types of injuries were contusions , sprains, and strains, which is in agreement with the previous results.(14) The majority of these injuries were sprains and contusions .(15) In this study, the proportions of sprains/strains, contusions , and fractures were similar to those reported in other studies of high school football players.(16) Patient adverse events related to patient handling and movement include pain and injury (e.g., falls, contusions , and skin tears).
(1) contumely ::
1. bruise ::
2. discoloration ::
3. injury ::
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