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  • It's called a degloving injury and it's when the skin and the underlying tissue and fat get separated from the underlying muscle.

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  • Day-in-the-life videos depict the harsh consequences of an array of physical impairments (i.e., the wound-care ritual needed to treat a "degloving" injury).

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  • Mrs Hope suffered serious injuries including losing a lot of muscle in a "degloving" of her left calf.

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  • "It's called a degloving injury and it's when the skin and the tissue and fat get separated from the underlying muscle.

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  • A degloving injury to the scrotum exposes the flaming testicle.

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  • When I tried to jerk my arm out, he gnashed to the side, stripped my arm, what they call completely degloving it, taking it off from the elbow all the way, and my hand popping off in his mouth.

    CNN Transcript Jul 31, 2009

  • Rohit had fractured his right leg bone, pelvis bone, degloving injury over perineal extending into both intestines.

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  • When his hip slammed against the track, it caused a degloving injury - where the skin gets separated from the underlying muscle - and he had to stay off his bike for over 10 weeks or risk permanent damage.

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  • It’s at this moment that Mitzy, perhaps realizing her impending molestation, tries to bite me, I scream, she makes a break for it, bumping into the degloving Billy, causing him to get medication in his eye.

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