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injury

Law a violation or infringement of another person's rights that causes him harm and is actionable at law

injury

[′in·jə·rē]
(medicine)
A structural or functional stress or trauma that induces a pathologic process.
Damage resulting from the stress.
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Care was taken by the examiner not to confuse traumatic injury pocketing with false pocketing present in mixed dentition due to erupting teeth.
Thirty two (80%) of the patients suffered a traumatic injury and 8 (20%) suffered non traumatic injury.
Combining the findings with other national data, she estimated that 214 people younger than 50 years develop an ischemic stroke after a traumatic injury every month in the United States.
Roughly once a month, UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh receives a patient who has suffered a cardiac arrest after some kind of traumatic injury (gunshot, stabbing, etc.
Incorporated in 2010 and based in Edmonton, Canada with a US headquarters in San Antonio, Texas, Innovative Trauma Care is addressing unmet needs in the field of emergency medicine by developing, manufacturing, and commercializing point of injury solutions to treat common causes of preventable death in traumatic injury scenarios.
1, the Service members' Group Life Insurance (SGLI) Traumatic Injury Protection benefit, known as TSGLI, is payable for all qualifying injuries incurred during this period.
Now all of our nation's Service members who suffered severe traumatic injuries while serving their country can receive the same traumatic injury benefits, regardless of where their injury occurred," said Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K.
We've always known that females fare better than males after traumatic injury, but we never knew why, now we know a potential mechanism," said Childs.
12-14) Ectopic eruption of a permanent incisor may result from traumatic injury to its predecessor.
ATLANTA--A single traumatic injury is associated with more psychiatric diagnoses and more psychotropic medication prescriptions among adolescents than among those uninjured, according to a large, prospective, cohort study.
ATLANTA -- A single, traumatic injury is associated with more psychiatric diagnoses and more psychotropic medication prescriptions among adolescents than among those uninjured, according to a large, prospective, cohort study.
Pathologist Dr Susan Andrew said she could only say that he had not suffered traumatic injury.