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1orificio de entrada masculine
- There was a small entry wound, and the bullet got lodged in the hand.
- He felt along his body for an entry wound, but didn't find one.
- And you could see in the back here, there was an opening about the size of a quarter, which was clearly a bullet entry wound.
- Examination showed a full thickness corneal entry wound and a foreign body in the lens.
- In the report, he is said to have ‘noticed a hole, that he assumed was the bullet's exit wound’, but he could not find an entry wound.
- The Navy Corpsman dressed my entry wound, but didn't know I had an exit wound, so I was bleeding-out fast.
- ‘I'll help you, friend,’ he gasped, clenching his bruised chest, where an entry wound lay.
- Whether the game is at 30 or 500 yards, it never fails to create an ample entry wound and penetrate bone, muscle and hide.
- The entry wound was a circular site, with incisions leading from it in two directions.
- There's also a scar right here from an operation they did, and there's an entrance and entry wound here on the left side of my ankle, and an exit wound right here.
- We can trace the impact of the drug from entry wound to final destination.
- It was not done with a gun - the exit wounds are identical in size to the entry wounds, which would not happen with a bullet.
- The entry wounds were 133 centimetres above the heels and the exit wounds 139 centimetres above the heels, so they were slightly upwards.
- This was absolutely consistent with the time it takes a human body to spin away from danger to it, and with the buckshot pattern entry wounds found on him.
- There were nineteen entry wounds, and I guess there were signs of a struggle too.
- There were two entry wounds, both several centimeters to the right of the spine.
- Bleeding from a dozen entry wounds, the old figure sat back in his chair, eyes open in shock.