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A nurse caring for a female client notes a number of laceration wounds around the cervix of the uterus due to childbirth. How could the nurse describe the laceration wound in the client's medical record?
 
  A) A clean separation of skin and tissue with a smooth, even edge
  B) A separation of skin and tissue in which the edges are torn and irregular
  C) A wound in which the surface layers of skin are scraped away
  D) A shallow crater in which skin or mucous membrane is missing
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A laceration wound can be described as a separation of skin and tissue in which the edges are torn and irregular. An incision wound is described as a clean separation of skin and tissue with a smooth, even edge. An abrasion is a wound in which the surface layers of skin are scraped away. Ulceration is a shallow crater in which skin or mucous membrane is missing.
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