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Last year, Neuralink showed a product designed to eventually treat those with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries.

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Having said all that, it’s the second problem—injury risk—that makes the new paper most interesting.

Deep brain stimulation, or treatment via electrodes implanted into the brain, is already used for traumatic brain injuries.

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A study of 5,000 patients published June 11 in the Journal of Clinical Investigation found serious adverse events, such as allergic reactions or transfusion-related lung injury, occurred less than 1 percent of the time.

Suárez is fully recovered from a late winter shoulder injury.

It was like a constant assault, an almost stupefying catalogue of mindless racial insult and injury.

And thus I end up at the bottom of the stairs, about one month after my injury and two months after my wedding.

Insult to injury, its $43 million gross was less than one-fifth of what Ted took in.

First he served 90 days in solitary for breaking the rule against self-injury.

A football player killed himself after saying he was ‘all f----- up’ from a head injury.

It was in the reading-room at the time of the fire, but fortunately escaped injury.

The law only gave you the right to proceed against him to recover money damages for the legal injury.

He is shining black, and as he tosses his head one can see the wicked horns, capable of doing such terrible injury.

When the sailors are employed in shifting the sails, great care must be taken to avoid injury by the falling of any of the ropes.

An automobilist must exercise reasonable or ordinary care to avoid injury to other persons using the highway.

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On this page you'll find 159 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to injury, such as: abuse, bruise, burn, cramp, cut, and damage.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.