traumat-, traumato-, trauma-, traum-, -trauma, -traumatic, -traumatically +

(Greek > Latin: wound, wounded; bodily injury)

traumatosaprosis (s) (noun)
Putrescence of a wound (rotting and becoming putrid; decomposed and foul-smelling).
traumatosepsis (s) (noun), traumatosepses (pl)
Infection of a wound: In the jousting exhibition, Jonathan was accidentally injured and developed traumatosepsis.
traumatotactic (adjective)
A reference to, or a description of, the movement of motile organisms, cells, or organelles (intracellular structures) in response to an injury.
traumatotaxis (s), traumatotaxes (pl) (nouns)
1. Movement of motile organisms, cells, or organelles (intracellular structures) in response to injury.
2. Reaction after wounding, as in nuclei and protoplasts (living content of a plant cell).
traumatotherapy (s), traumatotherapies (pl) (nouns)
The medical treatment of wounds or injuries.
traumatropic (adjective)
Relating to, or characterized by traumatropism (a modification of the orientation of an organ; for example a plant root, as a result of being wounded or injured).
traumatropism (s), traumatropisms (pl) (nouns)
1. An orientation response to injury or stress.
2. Alteration in direction, or modification of the orientation; for example, of the growth of a plant due to a wound.
3. The responsive growth, or movement, of organisms in relation to injuries.
untraumatized (adjective)
Not subjected to trauma; such as, an untraumatized surgery was performed by the doctor.

Cross references of word families that are related directly, or indirectly, to: "wound, harm, hurt, injure": noci-; nox-; vulner-.