traumatism

[ trou-muh-tiz-uh m, traw- ]SEE DEFINITION OF traumatism
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Perhaps he waited until he saw what looked like a favorable wound, or traumatism.

Affections of this articulation other than those which are produced by traumatism are rare.

Paralysis of the right leg and traumatism of the spine had been his, up to that day.

It is probably in such a manner that local injuries (traumatism) sometimes appear to induce an attack of rheumatism.

Intemperance, the suppression of normal or morbid discharges, and traumatism act as exciting causes.

(c) The bones of the face are not interfered with, and the amount of traumatism is slight.

Under this head are included all forms of cutaneous inflammation due to traumatism.

It admits that traumatism is an important factor, although seldom if ever an exclusive cause.

Efforts should be made to protect the face lesions from the traumatism of picking and scratching, with a view to prevent pitting.

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