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When you get a minor cut, scrape, or other wound, it can be troubling. It is important to clean the area and stop bleeding. In some cases, medical evaluation or treatment will be needed. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about risks of cuts, scrapes, and wounds, how to treat them, when to seek medical attention, and much more.

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