exit wound


exit wound
A wound made by a sword or other weapon or instrument at the point where it comes out of the body after having passed through it.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • exit wound — noun A wound occurring where a bullet, etc leaves the body • • • Main Entry: ↑exit …   Useful english dictionary

  • exit wound — A term used in medical jurisprudence to denote the wound made by a weapon on the side where it emerges, after it has passed completely through the body, or through any part of it …   Black's law dictionary

  • exit wound — A term used in medical jurisprudence to denote the wound made by a weapon on the side where it emerges, after it has passed completely through the body, or through any part of it …   Black's law dictionary

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