(body part) damage

When something is "damaged", it means that it's broken, messed up, or isn't working as it is supposed to. "Damage" is the noun form.

Permanent damage that occurs in a certain part of your body is called "__ damage":

The doctor suspects that there may be brain damage.

It contains a chemical that is known to cause nerve damage and irregular heartbeat.

"Liver damage" is a common health problem for people who drink too much for many years.

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