potential trauma

potential trauma

a change in tissue that may occur because of existing malocclusion or dental disharmony.
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Because healthcare environments are inherently stressful for most children due to the high level of stimulation in the environment and the child's typical lack of experience with health care, even the smallest actions or failures to act can start a pathway toward potential trauma.
However, trauma-informed care training teaches that traumatic stress already constitutes an injury, and since the definition of traumatic stress is whatever one may find stressful, we are all potential trauma victims.
Determine whether the young adult's substance use constitutes abuse or dependence, while also addressing potential trauma and the other emotional/psychological issues that are driving the individual's negative cycle of behaviors and thinking, Auchterlonie says.
But Van Gaal said he has given Shaw four days off from his rehab because of the potential trauma of sitting through the PSV game in the stands.
Given that individual perception is often minimized in current conceptualizations of trauma (Carter, 2007; Rothschild, 2000), counselors need to look at potential trauma exposures and sequelae from a client's unique perspective and lived experience (Goodman, 2013).
The true fibroma is a continuously enlarging new growth not necessarily arising at a site of potential trauma.
Resilience to loss and potential trauma GA Bonanno, M Westphal, AD Mancini Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 2011
Because no literature has examined the impact of potential trauma on reasoning about generally emotional stimuli, we did not have specific expectations concerning the difference between groups in reasoning about these stimuli; however, we included this category as an important control to see whether effects were linked to emotional stimuli generally, or trauma-related stimuli more specifically.
The context of facial acupuncture is that of natural therapies in general and acupuncture in particular: strengthening the body's natural processes to enhance therapeutic outcomes and steer patients clear of the potential trauma and risks of more invasive therapies.
Potential trauma sequelae that should be discussed with caregivers include crown discoloration, root re-sorption, fixation of the tooth to the underlying bone, and pulpal necrosis.
This text focuses on the relationship dynamics and potential trauma inflicted upon intimate partners, children, and followers of people with narcissistic traits.
The use of the retractors held by Iron Intern during surgery considerably reduces potential trauma to the patient and may significantly reduce hospital personnel costs.