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  • n. Plural form of fasciotomy.


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  • Haher explained that she would have to make a series of incisions, called fasciotomies, along DiChiara's arms and hands to relieve the pressure.

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  • "fasciotomies," long incisions in the skin that would, like cuts in a sausage casing, allow the legs to expand, relieving pressure on the nerves.

  • At night DiChiara woke up and looked at her uncovered arm -- the waxy, unnatural grafts, the still-gaping fasciotomies.

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  • One morning in the tank room is forever seared in her memory: the first time she saw one of her fasciotomies.

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  • People are getting major surgery, amputations, bones reset, decompression fasciotomies for crush injuries to release the pressure in the muscle.

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  • (A photo from the night DiChiara arrived shows her lying on the shower table, her raised arms revealing thick, meaty gashes on her underarms from the fasciotomies.

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