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Amputations, nervous shock, skulls caved in, typhus, rats and lice--it's exhausting to imagine the onslaught of it all, but Mason deftly renders every scene in vivid detail.
Makary who tried to commit suicide earlier in August was reported to be suffering from nervous shock and refused to speak to anyone including the police forces investigating the incident.
She was awarded PS25,000 for her "nervous shock" and psychiatric injuries.
"The other guy was going into a nervous shock and that's dangerous," Kris added.
Suspended FIFA President Sepp Blatter wasAaAeAeA hospitalized after sufferi what has been called both "a nervous shock" and a "small emotional breakdown," BBC News reported.AaAeAeA Blatter is expected to make a full recove and remain hospitalized until next Tuesday, BBC News (http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/34787547) said.
A LIVERPOOL man who won thousands of pounds in compensation for nervous shock, after seeing his wife "looking like the Michelin man" following a botched operation, is at the centre of a vital legal test case that could cost the NHS millions.
Experts agree that Rachel would have died within days anyway, because no liver became available, but her parents say the manner of her death caused them 'nervous shock.'.
She had sued for "nervous shock" following the accident, with the court hearing that she had been seriously affected psychologically.
Preventing partners of those killed at work being compensated for nervous shock.
A medical report attributed the death to a cardiac arrest from high blood pressure and nervous shock, according to a report in the capital Manama on Wednesday.
(68) When those early "nervous shock" cases were decided, both medical and legal actors were navigating an emerging field of knowledge.
In Commonwealth countries, the tort of NIED is referred to as nervous shock. As in the United States, the claimant has to be a close relative who is involved in the immediate aftermath of a horrifying event, and sustains foreseeable psychological harm leading to a well-defined psychiatric illness.