blunt injury

A traumatic injury caused by the application of mechanical force to the body by a blunt force, object or instrument—e.g., cricket or baseball bat, brick, bottle—or an injury in which the body strikes a surface such as a wall or the ground, in which the skin was not penetrated; such injuries usually result from assaults, abuse, accidents or resuscitative measures

blunt injury

 A traumatic injury effected by a blunt object or force, in which the skin was not penetrated; usually results from assaults, abuse, accidents or resuscitative measures
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He said the acute kidney injury of Atio 'could be caused by various events' such as severe blunt trauma to the muscles, a failing heart, medicines that were toxic and excreted through the kidneys, artificially prepared food products that were toxic to the kidneys, direct blunt injury to the kidneys or the dying stage itself.
The spectrum of blunt injury to the carotid artery: A multicenter perspective.
A pathologist confirmed Joseph's medical cause of death was blunt injury to the neck, caused by his seatbelt sitting in the wrong place as he was not in a booster seat.
The hyphema could have been due to any penetrating or blunt injury (Fig.
1] Blunt injury of abdomen is also a result of fall from height, assault with blunt objects, sports injuries, industrial mishaps, bomb blasts, and fall from riding bicycle.
The post-mortem investigation showed Ms Denham had suffered bleed-ing and swelling to the brain as a result of a blunt injury to the back of her head.
Electric shock can occur upon a contact of human body with high voltage direct or alternate current, causing traumatic blunt injury.
Serum amylase level on admission in the diagnosis of blunt injury to the pancreas: its significance and limitations.
Officials say the death was not due to natural or due to an accident as the wild cat's body bore blunt injury marks' indicating that the animal could have been hunted down.
Blunt injury motor vehicle collision is the most common injury mechanism.