potential trauma

potential trauma

a change in tissue that may occur because of existing malocclusion or dental disharmony.
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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.
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.
This text focuses on the relationship dynamics and potential trauma inflicted upon intimate partners, children, and followers of people with narcissistic traits.
The potential trauma of using the same numbers was to blame.
She took the secret to her grave while the few members who knew of the incident were too concerned at the potential trauma of a prosecution to persuade her to testify in court.
We were very concerned about potential trauma the cold water may have caused, or that he might develop hypothermia," Lighty said.
On Saturday at Tannadice Walter Smith rotated his meagre squad and although his side was still good enough to defeat an outof-touch Dundee United with surprising ease, this match still served as a timely reminder of the potential trauma the champions are about to endure.
You can reduce your risk of placental abruption by avoiding smoking tobacco, controlling high blood pressure and other chronic conditions and using a seat belt whenever you're in a car to minimise potential trauma Placenta previa is another complication that can cause excessive bleeding before
She added that a volunteer from the museum worked with the children to reduce the potential trauma of visiting their parents by having them do role plays in which they practiced seeing their parent behind glass.
The new manufacturing technology has resulted in an introducer sheath that is able to bend and flex without gapping, kinking, or producing sharp crimps, thereby minimizing potential trauma.
A family friend said she was caring for the couple's son, Hadia, and daughter, Seera, after being asked to protect them from the potential trauma of a forcible eviction.