bone injury

bone injury

broken bones are common injuries. Bruising of bone involves damage to the covering membrane, the periosteum, where nerves and blood vessels passing to the underlying bone can be disrupted. See also fracture.
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His shoulder was able to be put back into place at the ground and he was consequently sent for X-Rays which revealed no major bone injury.
A police sergeant said he was with the other officer when he was assaulted by the defendant and sustained a bone injury.
25 million research project aimed at the early detection and prevention of bone injury to racehorses, thanks to its Victorian Racing Industry Fund.
Zebrafish lacking this gene are unable to make cartilage in response to bone injury, and they heal poorly.
Figure 1 and Table 4 highlight that younger fast bowlers missed considerably more matches per 1 000 overs bowled due to bone injury compared to other age groups and injury types.
The recurrence of a collar bone injury sustained in a crashing fall from Keep Presenting at Worchester on October 9 means the 19-time champion jockey, below, faces two weeks on the sidelines.
Kevin has had a further scan and it confirms a bone injury and bone bruising that will need significant rest," Flower explained, according to (http://www.
Following scans in New Zealand he flew home last week and, after another check on the injury on Monday, England Test coach Andy Flower said: "Kevin has had a further scan, which confirms a bone injury and bone bruising and he is being put in a brace for two weeks.
8220;Often, pet owners do not realize the severity of a pet's bone injury,” said Dr.
Strettle, controversially denied a try against Wales, failed a fitness Test on a breast bone injury to hand Sharples, 22, his chance.
It's an alternative method of treating soft tissue and bone injury.
Knothe Tate reported last year that bridging a bone injury with periosteum healed bone faster than any currently used methods, in testing on sheep and in limited clinical cases.