incised wound n.
A wound characterized by a clean cut, as by a sharp instrument.
Pickering was suffering from an incised wound which could not have been inflicted by the rounded prongs of a fork.
An incised wound is one made by a cutting instrument, such as a knife or a piece of glass.
Three conditions are present as a result of an incised wound: Pain, hemorrhage, gaping of the wound.
An incised wound is a simple cut made with a sharp body, like a knife, producing merely a division of the tissues.
He found a deep, incised wound on the back of the skull, a wound which would have caused death in any event.
To avoid such occurrences, it is in many cases proper to convert a punctured into an incised wound.