ankle dislocation


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ankle dislocation

Traumatic displacement of the talocrural joint with or without concurrent fracture of the tibial or fibular malleoli, or both.
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Flying winger David Coleman has a severe ankle dislocation and will be out for between a month and six weeks and his Terenure club mate, outhalf Paul Hennebry damaged a hamstring against St.
Town's wing star has been working out daily as he recovers from the broken left leg and ankle dislocation which cruelly cut short his season in March.
Since the sickening incident in February 2008, when Eduardo suffered a leg break and ankle dislocation after a challenge by Taylor, Blues fans have rallied behind the defender, primarily because of the way he was vilified by all and sundry, not least by Wenger.
Having suffered a severe ankle dislocation and break in the away match against the Ospreys in September, Sowden-Taylor is looking forward to getting back on the playing field.
Sharp-shooting winger Pilkington, who has just turned 23 and is contracted to 2014, is currently recovering from the broken left leg and ankle dislocation he suffered in March.
Knight has likened Bouma's sickening ankle dislocation against Odense in July to the injury sustained by his former tam-mate Jimmy Bullard at Fulham.
'It is good to see Lawrence back from his ankle dislocation and we are pleased he will be playing against the Blues.