Excessive leanness; a wasted condition of the body; sunken surfaces of the face.
Weight applied to a surface.
Drawn or pulled out.
First Degree Burn
An injury caused by heat which produces redness of the skin; hyperemia.
A long, electric discharge lamp in which the radiant energy from the electric discharge is transferred by suitable materials (phosphors) into wavelengths giving higher luminosity.
The quality of color to draw attention by means of its intensity or advancing characteristics.
A light, open-mesh variety of muslin.
Applied or administered beneath the skin.
A clean cut into tissue or skin.
Babyish, childlike in regard to much adipose tissue.
The reaction of the tissues to injurious agents, usually characterized by heat, redness, swelling, and pain.
To introduce forcibly.
To tear, as into irregular segments.
A wound or irregular tear of the flesh.
Oil from sheep wool.
Escape of blood or fluid.
To tie or bind.
A thread, cord, or wire used for tying vessels, tissues, or bones.
A stitch used to hold the mouth closed; placed behind the lips; part is passed through the muscles tangent to the inferior jaw (while the other part extends through either the nasal septum or the superior frenulum).