Explain the term bleeding, Biology

Bleeding

Bleeding from injury to small blood vessels pushed along the lateral wall of expanding maxillary sinus should be contained by bone wax or electrocautery rather than crushing which can cause fracture of the thin bone, or sinus membrane tearing.

 

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