facial injuries

facial injuries,

n.pl trauma to the face and its associated structures, most frequently from traffic accidents, contact sports, and domestic conflicts.
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Injury report: Pavol Demitra will miss at least the Kings' next two games, and likely more, because of bleeding behind his eye and other facial injuries that were suffered last week at the Olympics.
The men suffered facial injuries after an oxygen cylinder exploded.
The sixties favourite was forced to pull out of a number of dates after flying to Florida with his wife Pauline to comfort their youngest daughter Victoria, who suffered facial injuries in the crash on Sunday morning.
These surgeons deal with issues ranging from facial injuries and cancer, to congenital bone defects.
The victim suffered head, chest and facial injuries and was flown to the trauma centre at James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough, where he was said to be in a stable condition.
The young men suffered facial injuries after being attacked inside Skipper's Fish Bar, Horsefair.
He suffered facial injuries including a cut to his lip and swelling and bruising.
POLICE have released two e-fit images of suspects following a nasty robbery which left a 32-year-old cyclist with serious facial injuries.
A MAN in his 20s suffered facial injuries after his car collided with an HGV lorry on an industrial estate early yesterday.
He had been for a few pints and it appears that in an unprovoked attack he sustained some quite bad facial injuries," a police source said.
Two men received serious facial injuries following the incident on March 28 just after 9.
By JOHN HARRINGTON THE compulsory use of face-guards on hurling helmets halved the incidence of serious dental and facial injuries in the sport last year and saved the GAA a significant amount of money in the process.