MVA is a medical abbreviation that stands for "motor vehicle accident." It refers to any incident in which a motor vehicle, such as a car, truck, or motorcycle, collides with another object, whether it's another vehicle, a pedestrian, a cyclist, or a stationary object. Motor vehicle accidents can cause a wide range of injuries, from minor bruises and cuts to more serious injuries such as broken bones, head injuries, spinal cord injuries, and internal injuries. The severity of the injuries depends on many factors, such as the speed and force of the impact, the use of safety devices such as seat belts and airbags, and the age and health of the individuals involved.
In medical terms, MVA stands for "motor vehicle accident." It is a term used to describe any incident in which a motor vehicle, such as a car, truck, or motorcycle, is involved in a collision or accident with another object or vehicle.