Trauma (plurals: traumata, traumas) can refer to:
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... is divided into four parts focusing on the following aspects of childhood psychic trauma emotions, mental work, behavior and treatment and contagion ... this book she details the results of her review of twenty pre-schoolers, and concludes that trauma suffered before the age of three years old was rarely able to be fully described verbally, instead events were ... a child's mind and subsequently accessible to verbal remembering, versus repetitive or prolonged trauma that severely compromises accurate verbal recall ...
... emphysema may result from both blunt and penetrating trauma SCE is often the result of a stabbing or gunshot wound ... Chest trauma, a major cause of subcutaneous emphysema, can cause air to enter the skin of the chest wall from the neck or lung ... When the pleural membranes are punctured, as occurs in penetrating trauma of the chest, air may travel from the lung to the muscles and subcutaneous tissue of the chest wall ...
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More definitions of "trauma":
- (noun): An emotional wound or shock often having long-lasting effects.
Synonyms: psychic trauma
Famous quotes containing the word trauma:
“The trauma of the Sixties persuaded me that my generations egalitarianism was a sentimental error.... I now see the hierarchical as both beautiful and necessary. Efficiency liberates; egalitarianism tangles, delays, blocks, deadens.”
—Camille Paglia (b. 1947)
“Living by basic good-mothering guidelines enables a mom to blend the responsibilities of parenthood with its joys; to know when to stand her ground and when to be flexible; and to absorb the lessons of the parenting gurus while also trusting her inner voice when it reasons that another cookie isnt worth fighting over, or that her child wont suffer irreparable trauma if, once in a while, Mom puts her own needs first.”
—Sue Woodman (20th century)