perforating wound n.
A wound having an entrance and an exit.
It had to be a penetrating wound and not a perforating wound, it didn't go on through.
If the wound is not a perforating wound, but a deep wound, the tubes are planted deep into the cavity that may be formed.
Here is a perforating wound of the skull, inflicted with some pointed implement—that is, assuming that it is not a bullet wound.
The right wrist was the site of a perforating wound, which by assumption began on a dorsal lateral surface.