Trauma most often refers to: [Source: Wikipedia ]

Old trauma
Posttraumatic change
Posttraumatic changes
Blunt trauma
Penetrating trauma
May Cause
Abdominal abscess
Abdominal trauma
Abdominal wall gas
Abnormal contour of calvarium
Abnormal odontoid process
Abnormal sternoclavicular joint
Abnormal sternomanubrial synchondrosis
Abnormality of entire testis
Acquired absence of phalanx, digit, hand, or foot
Acquired craniovertebral junction abnormality
Acquired fused vertebrae
Acquired short hands and feet
Acute diffuse mediastinal widening
Acute hepatic hematoma
Acute lung injury and ards in children
Acute mediastinitis
Acute nonobstructive small bowel distention
Acute pancreatitis
Adynamic ileus
Aneurysm of abdominal aorta or its branches
Anterior beaked vertebrae in a child
Anterior urethral stricture
Aortic aneurysm
Arteriovenous fistulas
Arthritis with swan-neck deformity
Ascites in an infant or child
Atlantoaxial instability
Avascular necrosis
Basilar invagination
Bilateral elevated diaphragm
Bilaterally decreased renal contrast concentration
Bile duct narrowing or obstruction
Biliary-pleural fistula
Bladder fistula
Bridging of the pubic symphysis
Broad tubular bones
Bronchopleural fistula
Budd-Chiari syndrome
Calcification in great vessels
Calcification in heart
Calcified intra-articular body
Cardiac calcification
Carpal and/or tarsal fusion
Cerebral arterial disease
Cerebral vasculitis
Cervical spine fusion
Chest trauma
Chylous ascites
Clavicular lesion in an infant or child
Clinodactyly of fifth finger
Colonic distention without obstruction
Cone-shaped epiphysis
Contracted hand
Coronary artery aneurysm
Coxa vara
Decreased nephrogram
Decreased renal artery diastolic flow
Delayed tooth eruption
Depression in renal margin
Diaphragmatic paralysis
Diffuse leptomeningeal enhancement
Diffuse tracheal narrowing
Disk calcification
Disrupted epiphyseal-metaphyseal junction
Dissecting aneurysm of the ascending aorta or arch
Distal clavicle defect
Ear cartilage calcification
Early loss of teeth
Encephalitis and meningitis
Enlarged epiglottis
Enlarged iliopsoas muscle
Enlarged intervertebral foramen
Enlarged medial femoral condyle
Epiphyseal necrosis
Epiphyseal-metaphyseal injury
Erosion of cortical bone surface
Esophageal lesion in a child
External ear calcification
Extra-axial lesion
Extraconal orbital lesion
Extraglobal calcification
Extraocular muscle enlargement
Extraorbital extracranial lesion extending to the orbit
Extrinsic pressure deformity of bladder
Eyeball deformity
Facial nerve palsy
Fallopian tube calcification
Fluid-filled sinus mass
Focal defect in nephrogram
Focal renal parenchymal scar
Focally small spinal cord
Fragmented or irregular femoral head
Fragmented, irregular, or sclerotic carpal or tarsal bones
Gangrene of finger or toe
Gas in bladder wall or lumen
Gas within bone
Gastrointestinal tract fistula
Genu valgum
Genu varum
Head trauma
Increased presacral space
Increased prevertebral space in an adult
Increased soft-tissue interstitial markings
Indefinite uterus sign
Inferior vena cava obstruction
Infundibular narrowing
Internal jugular vein thrombosis
Intervertebral disk calcification
Intestinal obstruction in a newborn
Intra-articular calcification
Intracerebral hemorrhage
Intramural bowel hemorrhage
Intramural esophageal hemorrhage
Intramural gastrointestinal tract hemorrhage
Intramural hemorrhage of small bowel
Intrarenal contrast collection
Intratracheal mass
Irregular epiphyseal ossification centers
Large ventricles and sulci
Lesions of the hypopharynx, larynx, and upper trachea
Limb asymmetry
Lobar atelectasis
Localized bone overgrowth
Localized brachydactyly
Localized hypertrophy with atrophy of remaining portion of kidney
Localized periosteal reaction
Localized small epiphyses
Localized wide epiphyseal plate
Madelung deformity
Malformed orbit
Mass in scrotum
Mediastinal abscess
Mesenteric hematoma
Multiple abnormal epiphyses
Multiple fractures
Multiple intra-articular filling defects
Narrow intervertebral disk space
Nasal septum perforation
Nephrointestinal fistula
Nonfunction of part of kidney
Pancreatic fistula
Pancreatitis in a child
Paranasal sinus opacification
Parenchymal brain hemorrhage
Perforated hollow viscus in an infant
Periarticular calcification
Pericardial effusion
Pericolic abscess
Periorbital soft-tissue swelling
Periosteal new bone formation in a child
Peripelvic extravasation
Pleural effusion containing eosinophiles
Pleural effusion with disease in thorax
Pleural thickening
Polyostotic bone lesions in adults
Polyostotic bone lesions in an infant or young child
Polyostotic bone lesions in children
Portal vein obstruction
Portal vein thrombosis
Precocious puberty
Premature epiphyseal fusion
Premature osteoarthritis
Protrusio acetabuli
Pulmonary artery pseudoaneurysm
Radiolucent metaphyseal bands
Radioulnar synostosis
Rectal perforation
Regional osteoporosis
Renal hemorrhage
Renal ischemia
Renal vein thrombosis
Retroperitoneal fibrosis
Rib lesion in a child
Salivary duct stricture on sialography
Salivary gland enlargement
Secondary degenerative arthritis
Secondary osteoarthritis
Segmental atelectasis
Seminal vesicle calcification
Sentinel loop
Separation of cranial sutures in a child
Short fourth metacarpal
Short proximal phalanx
Shortened bone with premature growth-plate closure
Skin calcification
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
Small epiphysis
Small pleural effusion with subsegmental atelectasis
Soft-tissue calcification
Soft-tissue gas
Soft-tissue neck mass
Solitary collapsed vertebra
Spinal cord atrophy
Splenic vein obstruction
Striated nephrogram
Subarachnoid hemorrhage
Subperiosteal hemorrhage
Supraglottic mass
Synostosis of tubular bones
Temporomandibular joint disease
Thick heel pad
Thick periosteal reaction along bone shaft
Transverse dense metaphyseal bands
Trauma to brain
Trauma to cartilage
Trauma to gut
Trauma to kidney
Traumatic fracture
Tricuspid insufficiency
Twisted bones
Unilateral large kidney
Unilateral renal nonfunction
Unilateral small cranium
Upper airway obstruction in a child
Ureteral extravasation or fistula
Ureteral stricture
Urinary tract obstruction below the bladder in a child
Vas deferens calcification
Vocal cord paralysis or paresis
Wedged vertebra
Wide intervertebral disk space
May Be Caused by