traumatism

[trou-muh-tiz-uh m, traw-]

noun Pathology.

any abnormal condition produced by a trauma.
the trauma or wound itself.

Origin of traumatism

First recorded in 1855–60, traumatism is from the Late Greek word traumatismós a wounding. See traumatic, -ism
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British Dictionary definitions for traumatism

traumatism

noun

any abnormal bodily condition caused by injury, wound, or shock
(not in technical usage) another name for trauma (def. 2)
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traumatism in Medicine

traumatism

[trômə-tĭz′əm, trou-]

n.

The physical or psychological condition produced by a trauma.
A wound or an injury.
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