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  • n. Neural trauma.

Etymologies

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neuro- +‎ trauma

Examples

  • Shelly Timmons, director of neurotrauma at the Geisinger Health System in Danville, Pa., says, "One of the cool things we can do now is get a CT scan of a patient and make a prosthesis that conforms exactly to their defect and head shape."

    Radical surgery for brain injury can ease skull pressure

  • It ` s less common in neurotrauma cases, brain trauma cases, than spinal cord injury cases, but it ` s a terrible thing.

    CNN Transcript Jun 10, 2008

  • "The same injury in me and you could have different effects," said Dr. Bizhan Aarabi, chief of neurotrauma at the University of Maryland's Shock Trauma Center, who has long studied penetrating brain injuries.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "The belief is if you get shot in the head, you're dead, but it isn't like that," agreed the University of Miami's Dr. Ross Bullock, chief of neurotrauma at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The third candidate is a pre-clinical anti-LPA antibody, which has shown efficacy in animal models of fibrosis, pain, neurotrauma, and ocular disease.

  • Research assistants in the neurotrauma impact science lab at the University of Ottawa are developing new 3-D impact protocol for evaluating helmet safety in Ottawa, Sept. 19, 2011.

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  • "I think she's way ahead of the curve," said Dr. Ross Bullock, chief of neurotrauma at the University of Miami and Jackson Memorial Hospital.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • In addition, more than half of survivors go on to suffer seizures and need anti-epilepsy medication, said Ross Bullock, chief of neurotrauma at

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  • "The same injury in me and you could have different effects," said Bizhan Aarabi, chief of neurotrauma at the University of Maryland's Shock Trauma Center, who has long studied penetrating brain injuries.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • "The belief is if you get shot in the head, you're dead, but it isn't like that," agreed the University of Miami's Ross Bullock, chief of neurotrauma at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

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