- Effects of Blows
- Blows to Arms
- Blows to Legs
- Blows Front High Section (above shoulders)
- Blows to Front Middle Section (area between the shoulders and hips, except the arms)
- Blows to Front Low Section (area below the hips, except the legs)
- Blows to Rear High Section (back of neck)
- Blows to Rear Middle Section (back from shoulders to hips)
- Blows to Rear Low Section (area below the hips)
- Blows to Nerves
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Blows to Front Low Section (area below the hips, except the legs)
- Blow to the inguinal region (inner area of the upper thigh, part of the musculature of the pubic bones) may cause loss of consciousness due to trauma of the underlying artery and nerve causing an unusual type of pain in the hip and abdomen that produces the loss of motor function.
- Lateral Lower Thigh: Middle part of the lateral vastus muscle. The cause of the loss of consciousness is cramping of the muscle in the thigh, leading to pain in the lower Abdomen and the loss of motor function in the leg.
- Blow to upper groin may cause hernia by letting bowel, bladder or abdominal membrane protrude through the inguinal and femoral rings (holes in the abdominal wall that allow nerves and veins to exit). Hernia may cause thrombosis or cut off blood to the leg.
- Blow to groin may rupture the bladder, especially when it is full, and spill urine into the body. If bladder is bruised, it may cause urinary retention. Chance of infection is great.
- Blow to center of public bone, its weakest area, may fracture it causing great pain when moving legs
- Blow to the testes may cause trauma to the nerves and arteries of the testicles and groin, inducing the testicles to rise and in turn producing the loss of motor function, the inability to breathe, and loss of conscious. Urethra may rupture resulting in bloody or no irritation.