Injuries

Some articles on injuries:

Frank Reys - Injuries
... His family struggled financially due to all the racing he had missed due to injuries ... Dual Choice, the flying filly – and later mare – won a great many races in the years 1970 to 1972 ...
Facial Trauma
... Facial trauma can involve soft tissue injuries such as burns, lacerations and bruises, or fractures of the facial bones such as nasal fractures and fractures of the jaw, as well as trauma such as eye injuries ... Facial injuries have the potential to cause disfigurement and loss of function for example, blindness or difficulty moving the jaw can result ... Treatment may also be necessary for other injuries such as traumatic brain injury, which commonly accompany severe facial trauma ...
Facial Trauma - Prognosis and Complications
... presents a threat to life however it is often associated with dangerous injuries, and life-threatening complications such as blockage of the airway may occur ... Even when facial injuries are not life threatening, they have the potential to cause disfigurement and disability, with long-term physical and emotional results ... Facial injuries can cause problems with eye, nose, or jaw function and can threaten eyesight ...
Dance And Health - Treatment After Injury
... is generally regarded as a good first aid therapy for most dance injuries before the ambulance comes, or even for what may be thought of as more minor injuries ... For minor injuries light exercises should be started after two days, if it is not definitely on the mend by this time then see a doctor ...
Crown Princess (ship) - Listing Incident
... a malfunction in the steering equipment which caused a severe tilting of the ship and injuries ... chest by an airborne chair, and another 284 had minor injuries ... Most injuries were on the outdoor areas of Decks 15 and 16, where large beach chairs and tables hit and injured passengers ...

Famous quotes containing the word injuries:

    Men are not only apt to forget the kindnesses and injuries that have been done them, but which is a great deal more, they hate the persons that have obliged them, and lay aside their resentments against those that have used them ill. The trouble of returning favors and revenging wrongs is a slavery, it seems, which they can very hardly submit to.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)

    The only thing of weight that can be said against modern honour is that it is directly opposite to religion. The one bids you bear injuries with patience, the other tells you if you don’t resent them, you are not fit to live.
    Bernard Mandeville (1670–1733)