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A puncture wound is a narrow, deep injury caused by a sharp-tipped object that penetrates the skin. Generally, it can increase the risk for infection because they are difficult to clean and provide a moist place for bacteria to grow.

A puncture is a common result of an automobile accident or dog bite injury, where an individual is exposed to sharp objects colliding with them with a high amount of pressure.

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