macrotrauma

mac·ro·trau·ma

(mak'rō-traw'mă)
Tissue damage resulting from a single injury.
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These guidelines will [help] reduce children's feet and ankle exposure to micro- and macrotrauma.
We also deal with patients and personalities who seem to seek repeated suffering in the form of both micro-and macrotrauma.
Small excessive forces work continuously on the Achilles causing lots of small 'micro' tears to the fibres, where as a macrotrauma would be one large excessive force causing a lot of damage.
Other causes may include microtrauma and macrotrauma, weight and activity level, and genetic quality of the cartilage.