traumatism


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trau·ma·tism

 (trô′mə-tĭz′əm, trou′-)
n.
1. The physical or psychological condition produced by trauma.
2. A wound or injury.
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traumatism

(ˈtrɔːməˌtɪzəm)
n
1. (Pathology) any abnormal bodily condition caused by injury, wound, or shock
2. (Pathology) (not in technical usage) another name for trauma2
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trau•ma•tism

(ˈtraʊ məˌtɪz əm, ˈtrɔ-)

n.
1. any abnormal condition produced by a trauma.
2. the trauma or wound itself.
[1855–60]
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traumatism

1. any abnormal condition, either pathological or psychological, caused by wound or injury, either physical or psychological.
2. the trauma, wound, or injury itself. — traumatic, adj.
See also: Psychology
1. any abnormal condition, either pathological or psychological, caused by wound or injury, either physical or psychological.
2. the trauma, wound, or injury itself. — traumatic, adj.
See also: Injury
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traumatism

noun
Marked tissue damage, especially when produced by physical injury:
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traumatism

[ˈtrɔːmætɪzəm] Ntraumatismo m
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trau·ma·tism

n. traumatismo.
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The correction of deflections of the nasal septum with minimum of traumatism. JAMA.
Among preschoolers, occlusion-related problems have been associated with different factors, such as anthropometric deficit (10), unhealthy habits, such as pacifier or finger sucking habit (11), dental eruption disorders (12) and other oral disorders, such as dental traumatism (13) and dental caries (14).
This takes much work to improve the city's infrastructure so to decrease traumatism, road accidents, to form healthy habits among the residents, to reduce the level of harmful emissions, to improve the quality of water, as well as to develop green technologies.
This book presents a case example of a diagnostic failure in dentistry, specifically a mistreated traumatism associated with periapical chronic lesions and anatomical bone deformities, and shows how to retreat the problem.
Some authors (9) hold that the most common factors are advanced age, family background of venous disease, increased body mass index, smoking, antecedents of traumatism, and prior venous thrombosis; they have also considered the patient's social history through characteristics of age, education, occupation, income, postural positions maintained, and access to care.
In 2014, the coefficient of labor traumatism was 0.9 in the economic activity wastewater collection, discharge and treatment.
Lesions of the teres major muscle are thus the result of different types of traumatism: trauma in traction with the upper limb stretched, during eccentric concentration of the muscle that opposes the sudden traction.
The other current hypothesis supports a traumatic origin, corresponding to an odontoid process fracture type II of Anderson and Alonso classification, sustained by history of traumatism in many patients [23].
He denied any episodes of orchitis, scrotal traumatism, or micturition disorders.
Nevertheless, because the large number of sheep to be moved twice a day it is possible the occurrence of some kind of traumatism during driving the flock to and from the pastures.