Minor incised traumatic laceration

  title={Minor incised traumatic laceration},
  author={J. Cals and E. D. de Bont},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
A 40 year old man consults with a minor laceration of the left arm. He cut himself with a knife while working in the garden. He has washed the wound and the bleeding has stopped. ### Medical history ### Physical examination and wound cleansing 
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