Exam 2 Lecture 2

Exam 2 Lecture 2 - 14:03 Exam2Lecture2 Woundvs.Lesion o...

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14:03 Exam 2 Lecture 2: Wound vs. Lesion o Wound- open; caused by trauma; can be caused by a lesion o Wound- Break in the continuity of soft parts of the body caused by  violence or trauma to the tissue o Lesion- L. Laidere- to strike, hurt, injure, damage Pathologically altered tissue Injury or wound o N.B. Nemo laeditur nisi a se ipso (don’t blame it on anyone but yourself) Hippocratic Care for Lesions: On Ulcers (Gr. Helkos) o Classification of ulcers Time Area Drainage o Treatments Bandages and dressings (some you should dry out; some you should  not) Regimen (Daily activities) Evacuation (of blood, typically) They would sometimes give you less food so you would make less  blood
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In the surgery: “Bandaging should be quick, without pain, with ease, and done with  elegance.” Disproving treatment of bleeding: Juice from a fig tree Oros clots milk; therefore, oros will clot blood (did not work) In actuality, the juice prevents clotting Primary, Secondary, and Vascular Lesions: Primary- any lesion that is directly caused from a disease
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