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Crushing injury

Introduction: Crushing injury

Description of Crushing injury

Crushing injury (medical condition): An injury that occurs when a part of the body is caught and squeezed between two objects. Accidents are the main cause of crush ...more

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Crush injury:
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Crushing injury: Related Topics

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Crushing injury as a Disease

Crushing injury: Another name for Crush injury (or close medical condition association).
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Symptoms of Crushing injury (Crush injury)

Some of the symptoms of Crushing injury incude:

Crushing injury: Related Disease Topics

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Hierarchical classifications of Crushing injury

The following list attempts to classify Crushing injury into categories where each line is subset of the next.

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