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Trainer Sir Michael Stoute said: "North Light has sustained a stress fracture of the right ilial wing and will now be retired.
In the very disappointing situation of a patient who undergoes ilial resection--a big operation--and they have missed 6 weeks of work, and now they're in your office 3 or 4 months later and they've got the disease back, almost always those are smokers," he observed.
Holman (2003b, 1967), Tihen (1962), and Wilson (1975) give ilial criteria for the separation of Bufo americanus from other species of the genus.
The fossil ilia have smooth vastus prominences and gently sloping ilial crests as in the R.
He said: ``The horse has a suspected stress fracture of the ilial bone.
The ilium is badly worn, but the remnant of a well-developed ilial blade and lack of a dorsal prominence-protuberance complex is distinctive of ranid species.
He said: ``North Light has sustained a stress fracture of the right ilial wing and will now be retired.