Physical trauma

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A serious injury to the body, such as the following:

Blunt-force trauma: When an object or force strikes the body, often causing concussions, deep cuts, or broken bones

Penetrating trauma: When an object pierces the skin or body, usually creating an open wound

Surgery can also cause physical trauma, sometimes called a controlled injury.

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