Tsarnaev's lawyer, Miriam Conrad, declined to comment on the newly released documents. A spokeswoman for U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz also declined to comment.
During his arraignment last month, Tsarnaev's jaw appeared injured, and his left eye and cheek were still swollen. He also wore a cast covering his left forearm, hand and fingers for the seven-minute proceeding that marked his first appearance in public since his capture.
Odom said Tsarnaev, who was in the hospital's intensive care unit at the time of his first legal proceeding, was aware of where he was and knew that he has had multiple medical procedures.
"He knows that he has an injury to the neck and to the hand," Odom said.