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Explanation: Displacement is related with hematoma, due to hemotama exist some Displacement in organs. In this filed used as Displacement but I could not find intempestif in the context.
I just guess that might be untimely. In organs or bone sturcture there may be normal or a Displacement attributable to aging, and comparing with "age " of subject that displacemnt may be not normal but due to hemotama
1964 Turkey Local time: 13:21 Native speaker of: Turkish PRO pts in pair: 294
Explanation: A reading of the 34 Google hits on this shows that the phrase is used primarily 1.) on machine parts and objects (such as baggage on a plane or train) 2.) on persons, such as children in custody, who may be illegally moved beyond the reach of their legal guardians, in which case the law will order them brought back.
Parrot Spain Local time: 11:21 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 1861
Explanation: This is a challenging one. I think you need to be creative and think "out of the box" to use that corny phrase. This is something that has caused bruising on a subject/patient. It is therefore a movement that the person did not intend to make and caused pain and injury, hence my suggestion.
mckinnc Local time: 11:21 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 922