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What is the noun for traumatising?

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  1. Any serious injury to the body, often resulting from violence or an accident.
  2. An emotional wound leading to psychological injury.
  3. An event that causes great distress.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “No thought is given to the physical, mental, and emotional trauma suffered by the victim.”
      “Looking at the scar in a mirror, he then recalled blunt trauma to his forehead years ago.”
      “For a lot of pro sportsmen that kind of trauma can send them off the rails.”
  1. (medicine) A branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of trauma.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The 53-year old woman, who has been rushed into the hospital suffering brain damage, is now up to undergo surgery in the traumatology cliniic.”
      “Sir Keith is the world's leading micro surgeon and the UK's only Professor of clinical traumatology.”
      “Gert Krischak, recently published by Thieme, is a focused, easy-to-use guide to general and specialized traumatology specifically geared to physical therapists and students.”
  1. A physical or mental injury that is the result of trauma
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  3. Examples:
    1. “My mind was in such a state of traumatism that it took me a while to process important data.”
      “Perhaps he waited until he saw what looked like a favorable wound, or traumatism.”
      “Military person who had a traumatism during a bad fall with a consecutive thoracic disc hernia.”
  1. The infliction of trauma; the act or process of traumatizing.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “At the same time, a number of authors suggest that vulnerability to vicarious traumatization arises through that very experience of awareness.”
      “It was concluded that the present results provide evidence of a relationship between childhood traumatization and conversion disorder.”
      “Memories of the first two phases of their ancestors' traumatization were continually reinforced by liturgies of lament in the exilic community.”
  1. A surgeon practicing traumatology.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The same day Defense Ministry's helicopter with rescuers, traumatologist and surgeon left for the scene.”
      “To examine me, you would have to be in contact with a traumatologist.”
  1. Alternative spelling of traumatization
  2. Examples:
    1. “Because the size and scope of this attack and the potential for serious traumatisation is unprecedented in this country, the HHS commitment is long-term.”
      “Several South African studies noted high rates of traumatisation and PTSD among youth.”
      “This lasting epigenetic change is generated primarily through childhood traumatisation.”
  1. (medicine) A medicine for wounds; a vulnerary.
  1. One who causes trauma.
  1. plural of traumatisation
  1. plural of traumatologist
  2. Examples:
    1. “The military historian delivers the biggest kicking to the traumatologists.”
      “Although all dental traumatologists agree that for avulsions short term flexible splinting is advisable there is controversy for root fractures.”
      “This has resulted in the emergence of some new physician specialists called Laborists, Sugicalists, and Traumatologists.”
  1. plural of traumatizer
  1. plural of traumatic
  1. plural of trauma
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Perhaps most revealing are postcolonial responses to the traumas of slaving and enslavement evident in stamps.”
      “Attention to the chimerical task of divining a patient's early traumas is attention subtracted from sensible help in the here and now.”
      “For those who are new to the joys and traumas of tuning then this will give a thorough grounding in the subject.”
  1. plural of trauma
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  3. Examples:
    1. “May it contribute towards our healing of so many traumata, may it create an opening towards another future and prepare the dawn of peace.”
      “Amnesties that protect the perpetrators of injustice make treatment of the traumata of victims and their families more difficult.”
      “As exciting causes, psychic traumata, exposure to cold, the puerperium, excesses, have been brought forward.”
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