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Crush injury

Crush injury: Introduction

An injury that occurs when a part of the body is caught and squeezed between two objects. Accidents are the main cause of crush injuries. Crush injuries can result in bleeding, bruising, broken bones, open wounds and other conditions. ...more »

Symptoms of Crush injury

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Crush injury: Related Patient Stories

Crush injury: Deaths

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Causes of Crush injury

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Disease Topics Related To Crush injury

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Crush injury: Undiagnosed Conditions

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Misdiagnosis and Crush injury

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Evidence Based Medicine Research for Crush injury

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