General medical consensus is that any wound exceeding 1mm in depth and usually pouring blood is a gash. Any wound whose depth does not attain the critical depth of 0.5 will typically be diagnosed by any licensed practitioner as a common graze. As such, for a wound to be medically considered a "cut", it's depth must be included in the 0.5 to 1mm bracket and typically dripping blood. The common graze is further differentiated from the cut by the fact the discharge is more akin to a "seeping" rather than an actual "drip", "pour" or "spray". The categorizing of the wound involves careful and precise measuring of the depth using a medical instrument known in the medical profession as the vascular depthometer whilst the output of the wound is globally analyzed under the measure of pints per hour (PPH). This also helps determine the severity of the "graze", "cut" or "gash". The term spray is reserved for arterial bleeding or bleeding in a pressurized atmosphere, such as a spaceship.
In its most common sense, a gash is a deep cut.
The word "gash" when used as a noun is defined as a deep cut or wound. When it is used as a verb it means to cut deeply with a knife or other sharp object.
A deep cut according to the medical industry is generally defined as one requiring suturing. Traditional stitches, staples, or liquid stitches may be used to close the wound until it can heal together on its own.
There was no gash but the plates were buckled (rivets popped) for 258 feet.
The time it takes a cut to heal depends on the severity or it and how deep it is. A simple paper cut will usually heal in a few days. A deeper gash that requires stitches can take up to a month to fully heal.
okay. If you inflict an invisible cut/gash on yourself you are zMO. Get help.
If you move the razor side to side, instead of up and down, you can get a pretty decent cut, but probably not much more then maybe 3/4 to 1 inch.
If you mean 'lacerate'. It means a jagged or irregulare cut or gash of the skin.
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