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Scalp lacerations are mostly caused by sharp or blunt objects. The size and depth of the rips vary, and the margins of the wound are neat or untidy, and sometimes accompanied by skin contusions or defects. Due to the rich blood vessels of the scalp, the blood vessels are not easy to close on their own after rupture. Even small bleeding from the wound is more serious, and even shock occurs.



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