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Definition of Traumatically
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Literary usage of Traumatically
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1. Heredity and Selection in Sociology by Georges Chatterton-Hill (1907)
"Should, therefore, traumatically induced epilepsy be hereditary —which is ... That traumatically induced epilepsy, if hereditary, should contradict the ..."
2. The Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal (1870)
"Artificial tuberculosis may be produced either by the inoculation of infective material or traumatically. My experiments show, that of all inoculated ..."
3. Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury by Randall M. Chesnutt, Oregon Health Sciences University (1999)
"Outcomes for traumatically brain-injured patients following post- acute ... Morgan AS, Chapman P, Tokarski L. Improved care of the traumatically brain ..."
4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1916)
"Foot severely lacerated; all the phalanges were crushed and traumatically amputated. Both femora were fractured. ..."