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Face, nose, side, back contused; tendon of left ankle broken.
MARK TWAIN, A BIOGRAPHY, 1835-1910, COMPLETEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
The contusion, or rather the contused wound appeared,—an oval below the chest between the third and fourth ribs.
THE SECRET OF THE ISLANDW.H.G. KINGSTON (TRANSLATION FROM JULES VERNE)
The immediate result to the fair driver was a sprained ankle, contused face, and fast blackening eye.
BLUEBELLMRS. GEORGE CROFT HUDDLESTON
Indirect injury to vessels may occur because of contused wounds and subsequent inflammation of tissues supplied by such vessels.
LAMENESS OF THE HORSEJOHN VICTOR LACROIX
Traumatic arthritis may result from all sorts of accidents wherein joints are contused.
LAMENESS OF THE HORSEJOHN VICTOR LACROIX
Strange to say, the wound was in the same place as his wife's, but more contused, and no large vein was divided.
THE WOMAN-HATERCHARLES READE
Having fallen head-first from an elevated place, he found himself unwounded, but was contused in such a way as to be insensible.
ASTRONOMICAL MYTHSJOHN F. BLAKE
It passed across the tattered garments, through which the painfully contused flesh peered hideously out at her.
THE GOLDEN WOMANRIDGWELL CULLUM
Major Counsellor had fallen down the staircase at the British Legation and injured his head, his brow being much contused.
A MODERN MERCENARYKATE PRICHARD AND HESKETH VERNON HESKETH-PRICHARD
When the integument gives way at the same time, a contused-wound results.
MANUAL OF SURGERYALEXIS THOMSON AND ALEXANDER MILES

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