According to the type of injury of wounds, the following are distinguished:
These form as a result of rubbing or scraping the skin against a hard surface.
These are deeper cuts caused by sharp objects, such as a knife, or sharp edges.
These are small yet deep holes caused by a long, pointed object, such as a nail.
These result from contact with an open flame, a strong heat source, severe cold, certain chemicals, or electricity.
This refers to the partial or complete tearing away of skin and tissues.