- n. Plural form of injury.
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“The Defense Department's most recent tally of Afghan and Iraq war-related traumatic brain injuries is 161,025.”
“Protecting players from needless injuries is our goal.”
“Trent Williams, who has missed the past two games with knee and toe injuries, is active and expected to start at left tackle.”
“Check out The Cost of War, reporter Christian Davenport's look at how traumatic brain injuries are affecting soldiers exposed to blasts that rattle and damage the brain.”
“On Sunday the Post released a series on Iraq and Afghanistan veterans living with traumatic brain injuries -- TBIs, for short -- a hidden cost of the wars.”
“Since 2000, 180,000 traumatic brain injuries have been diagnosed, and some patient advocates say hundreds, if not thousands, more have suffered undiagnosed brain injuries.”
“The men are living with traumatic brain injuries -- TBIs, for short -- a hidden cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.”
“This group provides support to teens and young adults (ages 13-21) with acquired brain injuries (including traumatic brain injury and stroke).”
“Scandinavians and Americans are also prone; and the drinkers are getting younger, developing other issues (poor academic performance, health issues, delinquency, etc.), and costing the system increasingly more money - £2.7 billion annually in injuries and illness in the UK alone.”
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