Definition of Traumas

1. Noun. (plural of trauma) ¹



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Definition of Traumas

1. trauma [n] - See also: trauma

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Traumas

trattoria
trattorias
trattorie
tratts
trauchle
trauchled
trauchles
trauchling
traulism
traulisms
traum-
trauma
trauma centres
trauma naked
trauma severity indices
traumas (current term)
traumasthenia
traumata
traumatic
traumatic acid
traumatic amenorrhoea
traumatic amnesia
traumatic amputation
traumatic anaemia
traumatic anaesthesia
traumatic aneurysm
traumatic asphyxia
traumatic bone cyst
traumatic cataract
traumatic dermatitis

Literary usage of Traumas

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1. Educating Young Children Prenatally Exposed to Drugs and at Risk: Report and by Shirley A. Jackson (1995)
"Programs designed to educate children affected by prenatal drug exposure or psychosocial traumas contain the following major components: • Developmentally ..."

2. Conservative Gynecology and Electro-therapeutics: A Practical Treatise on by George Betton Massey (1909)
"Postoperative traumas and Neuroses.—It is inevitable that the physician will he appealed to to alleviate the sufferings of those patients who have failed to ..."

3. The Surgery of Oral Diseases and Malformations: Their Diagnosis and Treatment by George Van Ingen Brown (1912)
"Repeated mild traumas and irritations, particularly at the border-line of different ... Moderately severe traumas once applied never produce carcinoma. ..."

4. Handbook of suggestive therapeutics, applied hypnotism, psychic science by Henry Sumner Munro (1912)
"According to Freud, the etiologically effective traumas from which hysterical symptoms are derived reach to experiences which belong to the patient's ..."

5. The Legacy of Vietnam Veterans and Their Families: Survivors of War edited by Dennis K. Rhoades, Michael R. Leaveck, James C. Hudson (1996)
"The reactivated traumas are not always triggered by specific events related to the initial combat exposure. Many mental health professionals believe that ..."

6. Assessment and Treatment of Patients With Coexisting Mental Illness and by Richard Ries (1996)
"The evaluation of anxiety disorders and dissociative disorders, including PTSD and MPD, should include a careful history of recent and remote traumas. ..."

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