Lacerations refer to cuts or tears in the skin that result from injury or trauma. They vary in depth and length and may cause damage to underlying tissues, such as muscles, tendons, or blood vessels. Lacerations can occur due to accidents, sharp objects, or traumatic incidents.
A dislocation occurs when the bones in a joint become displaced, moving out of their normal alignment. It’s typically caused by trauma, such as a fall, collision, or forceful impact. Dislocations can affect various joints, including the shoulders, fingers, elbows, hips, knees, and ankles.