Injury is damage to a biological organism which can be classified on various bases.

Other articles related to "injury":

Erb's Palsy - Cause
... A similar injury may be observed at any age following trauma to the head and shoulder, which cause the nerves of the plexus to violently stretch, with the upper trunk of the plexus ... Injury may also occur as the result of direct violence, including gunshot wounds and traction on the arm, or attempting to diminish shoulder joint dislocation ...
New York Knicks - History - The Patrick Ewing Era (1985–2000)
... The 1997–98 season was marred by a wrist injury to Ewing on December 22, which forced him to miss the rest of the season and much of the playoffs ... Despite losing Ewing to injury for the rest of the playoffs prior to Game 3, the Knicks won the series (aided in part to a four-point play by Larry Johnson in the final seconds of Game 3) to become the first ... Spurs, with superstars David Robinson and Tim Duncan, proved too much for the injury-laden Knicks, who lost in five games ...
Women's Ice Hockey - Injury - Head Injuries
... Hughston Health Alert, "Lacerations to the head, scalp, and face are the most frequent types of injury." (Schmidt 6) Even a shallow cut to the head results in a loss of a large amount of blood ... a skate blade.” (Schmidt 3) One of the causes of head injury is checking from behind ...
Injury - Classification - By Activity
... Sports injury Occupational injury Accidental injury. ...
Brisbane Lions - History - Finals Misses: 2005–2008
... whose players recorded an AFL record total of 200 matches lost to injury for the season ... Justin Leppitsch was forced to retire through injury and with season ending injuries to prominent players Nigel Lappin, Chris Scott, Ashley McGrath, Richard Hadley, Anthony Corrie and key ruckman ... to the stress placed on his body from years of football and a chronic knee injury ...

Famous quotes containing the word injury:

    To kill a human being is, after all, the least injury you can do him.
    Henry James (1843–1916)

    Justice consists in doing no injury to men; decency in giving them no offence.
    Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 B.C.)

    ... too much attention is paid to dress by those who have neither the excuse of ample means nor of social claims.... The injury done by this state of things to the morals and the manners of our lower classes is incalculable.
    Mrs. H. O. Ward (1824–1899)