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Whiplash

... whiplash injury : Hyperextension (over-extension) ... by a fast-moving vehicle in a car accident. whiplash - shaken infant Wound - cut or puncture ... newsletter or manage your subscriptions ... whiplash (April 5, 2000) [READER'S ...

Shaken baby syndrome

... Injury ( Concussion ) ... Wasp Sting ( Insect Bites and Stings) whiplash whiplash - Shaken Infant ( Shaken Baby Syndrome ) Wound - Cut or Puncture ...

Wasp

... they are venom ous), ... Wasp Sting ( Insect Bites and Stings) whiplash whiplash - Shaken Infant ( Shaken Baby Syndrome ) Wound - Cut or Puncture ...

Accidents

... a step on a staircase. Traumatic event s like motor vehicle accidents or falls can cause severe neck injuries like vertebral fractures , whiplash (sudden jerking or "whipping" of your head forward and then backward), blood vessel destruction, and even paralysis . Put into perspective, ...

Child Abuse

... symptoms for more than a month. When there is a direct blow to the head, shaking of the child (as seen in many cases of child abuse ), or a whiplash -type injury (as seen in motor vehicle accidents ), ... People who hold themselves in high esteem are less likely to engage in destructive and ...

Falls

... below 37 percent. Traumatic event s like motor vehicle accidents or falls can cause severe neck injuries like vertebral fractures , whiplash (sudden jerking or "whipping" of your head forward and then backward), blood vessel destruction, and even paralysis . The allergic cascade is ...

Injuries

... Wounds Index Comprehensive and reliable medical information on over 60 injuries and wounds , ranging from animal bites , to fractures , to whiplash , covering overview, considerations, causes, signs of an emergency , symptoms, first aid, ... ACL injuries outside of sports may be caused by ...

Thumb sucking

... Your Baby to Breast -Feed ... An injury , poor dental work, osteoarthritis , bad posture, repeated or hard blows to the jaw or chin, whiplash , gum chewing, thumb sucking , chewing on only one side of the mouth, or holding the phone between the shoulder and jaw . TREATMENT " ... ...

Trauma

... Act ... ... Trauma tic event s like motor vehicle accidents or falls can cause severe neck injuries like vertebral fractures , whiplash (sudden jerking or "whipping" of your head forward and then backward), blood vessel destruction, and even paralysis . Trauma tic event s ...

Traumatic Brain Injury

... for Near Drowning ) Tailbone Trauma Thermic Fever (Heat Emergencies ) Traumatic Brain Injury ( Head Injury ) Trick Knee ( Meniscus Tear) whiplash Wounds Wrist Fracture ... ...

Traumatic event

... Source:MedicineNet ... Traumatic event s like motor vehicle accidents or falls can cause severe neck injuries like vertebral fractures , whiplash (sudden jerking or "whipping" of your head forward and then backward), blood vessel destruction, and even paralysis . Traumatic event s can ...

Wounds

... Wounds Index Comprehensive and reliable medical information on over 60 injuries and wounds , ranging from animal bites , to fractures , to whiplash , covering overview, considerations, causes, signs of an emergency , symptoms, first aid, ... Cuts and puncture wounds Definition: A cut is ...
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