Multiple or high-level limb amputations

Multiple or high-level limb amputations

Multiple or high-level limb amputations refer to the removal of more than one limb or the removal of limbs at a higher anatomical level (closer to the body). This can occur due to various reasons, including traumatic injuries, congenital...

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Permanent injury to the Brachial Plexus

Permanent injury to the Brachial Plexus

A permanent injury to the brachial plexus refers to damage or trauma to the network of nerves that originates from the spinal cord in the neck and extends into the arm. This injury can result in long-term or permanent functional impairment and...

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Permanent blindness caused by trauma

Permanent blindness caused by trauma

What is Blindness caused by Trauma Permanent blindness caused by trauma typically occurs when there is significant damage to the structures of the eye, optic nerve, or visual processing centers in the brain. Trauma can result in various injuries...

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