In which tens to hundreds of dsDNA breaks occur simultaneously

Chromothripsis:- In which tens to hundreds of dsDNA breaks occur simultaneously, clustered on one or a few chromosomes, with near-random stitching together of fragments.

Chromoplexy :- In which repair of co-occurring dsDNA breaks, typically on different chromosomes, results in shuffled chains of rearrangements.

Kataegis :- A focal hypermutation process leading to clustered nucleotide substitutions, biassed towards a single DNA strand.