Q:An equine wound can go by many D how to accurately describe each? Match the following terms with their definitions at right: abrasions, contusions, lacerations, incisions.
a. traumatic injuries to soft tissue underneath intact skin, such as a bruise
b. open wounds with very clean edges created, either intentionally or accidentally, by very sharp objects such as a scalpel, glass or sheet metal
c. open wounds with irregular edges, extensive damage to surrounding tissue and heavy contamination; often caused by nails protruding from fences or overreaches
d. friction injuries that remove superficial layers of skin, characterized by hair loss and serum oozing from the damaged skin
a. contusions c. lacerations
b. incisions d. abrasions