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In physical medicine, trauma (injury) is damage to a biological organism caused by physical harm from an external source. The term is sometimes used to refer to trauma centers and other medical units that deal with trauma. Major trauma is injury that can potentially lead to serious outcomes.
In psychology, psychological trauma is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a severely distressing event.
In sociology, sociological trauma is a type of damage to the social life of an individual as a result of stigma.
Trauma may also refer to:
Film and television
- Trauma (1962 film), an American film by Robert M. Young
- Red Rings of Fear, a 1978 film sometimes known as Trauma
- Trauma (1993 film), a horror film by Dario Argento
- Trauma (2004 film), a psychological thriller by Marc Evans
- Trauma (TV series), a medical drama set in San Francisco
- Trauma (Canadian TV series), a medical drama set in Montreal
Artists and record labels
- Trauma (band), an American heavy metal band
- Trauma (Polish band), a Polish death metal band
- Trauma Records, a record label
- Trauma (album), an album by DJ Quik
- "Trauma" (song), a song by Ayumi Hamasaki
- "Day Twelve: Trauma", a song by Ayreon from The Human Equation
- Trauma, a song by a progressive rock band Snovi
- Trauma (comics), a character associated with Avengers: The Initiative in the Marvel Universe
- Trauma (video game), a 2011 graphic adventure game
- Trauma Studios, an American computer game development company
- Baltimore Trauma, professional paintball team from North Carolina
- Trauma Center (series), a surgical-based video game
- Traumatology, scientific study of injuries caused by external sources
- Troma Entertainment, film company specializing in independent, horror, and exploitation films
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