contusion of brachial plexus, with mixed signs, which disappeared in two months.
It also means a grayish blue or lead color, as flesh by contusion.
When the contusion is slight, fomentations of warm vinegar and water, frequently applied, will generally relieve it.
He did find concussion and contusion of the brain, yet there was no evidence of that.
From the deck above came a contusion of fierce voices, a strident uproar of shouts and curses.
"I've had contusion," said the little officer in a dreamy voice.
In any case it is subsequently obscured by the development of a narrow ring of discoloration due to the contusion.
"And I have a contusion of the nose," said the Babu lugubriously.
And yet you had suckled that son, though your breast had had to be lanced owing to a contusion.
I do not remember to have received any contusion, nor any shock either.
contusion con·tu·sion (kən-tōō'zhən, -tyōō'-)
An injury in which the skin is not broken, often characterized by ruptured blood vessels and discolorations; a bruise.