Examples of contusion in a Sentence
He suffered multiple contusions of the leg.
suffered multiple contusions as a result of a car accident
Recent Examples of contusion from the Web
Burns were the most common type of injury, accounting for 53 percent of the total treated in emergency departments, followed by contusions and lacerations (26 percent).
Mis also had abrasions on his hand and a contusion on his knee, according to the police report.
Hailey's injuries included head trauma, lacerated liver, punctured and collapsed lungs, contusions, and bruises throughout her body, police said.
The Running of the Bulls, New Orleans style, 2016 New Orleans' Running of the Bulls is not so much a death-defying tradition as a contusion-defying tradition.
Washington Wizards forward Otto Porter had to undergo a procedure on Friday to address a buildup of blood surrounding a contusion on his left leg, two people with knowledge of the injury confirmed to USA TODAY Sports.
First baseman Steve Pearce, who left Thursday’s game with a left shin contusion after being hit with a 94-mile-per-hour fastball from J.A. Happ, was out of the lineup Friday.
Point guard Isaiah Briscoe, who is suffering from a shin contusion, will miss the Magic’s exhibition Thursday night against the Utah Jazz at Cox Pavilion.
Or, at least, that was the case until last week, when the pitcher landed on the disabled list with a finger contusion.
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Origin and Etymology of contusion
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Definition of contusion for English Language Learners
medical : an injury that usually does not break the skin
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