collarbone


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Synonyms for collarbone

bone linking the scapula and sternum

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Tudhope broke his collarbone in a fall from Belle Des Lawers, who suffered a fatal injury at Newcastle on January 11.
29, Shiloh reportedly suffered a broken collarbone and was sent home with hospital discharge paper in her backpack, (http://www.
And remember to feel all parts of your breast, your armpit and up to your collarbone.
Of course my team-mate Geraint as well, he crashed out with a broken collarbone so I've definitely got mixed feelings after that stage.
Although the Sky team doctor Juan Mercadel - known to the riders as Jimmy - told Thomas his collarbone looked broken, Thomas got back on his bike and tried to keep going.
Sixty-two days ago I smashed my collarbone into five pieces.
I can still remember the way he helped Liverpool win the 1965 FA Cup despite suffering a broken collarbone early in the game.
The man, in his 50s, had sustained a fractured collarbone and was airlifted to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
He said: "The doctors at the club thought I might have broken my collarbone so I went to A&E in Wigan after the game.
Yung collarbone niya mukhang medyo nakausli kanina (his collarbone appeared protruded earlier).
Woffinden's hopes of becoming Britain's first world champion since Mark Loram in 2000 suffered a setback in the Scandinavian GP last month when he re-fractured the collarbone he shattered at the British GP in Cardiff on June 1.
The Brtish ace entered the Friends Arena with a 22-point lead at the top of the standings but he left with a suspected broken collarbone following a crash in just the second race of the night.
Matt Hitchen had been preparing to cycle from his home city of Newcastle to Paris in aid of The Sick Children's Trust when he fell off the bike going over a pothole and smashed his collarbone.
Following is a list of the retirements and reasons for retirement: Hubert Dupont (FRANCE) sprained ankle, vertebrae and radius Euskaltel Mikel Astarloza (SPAIN) elbow Amets Txurruka (SPAIN) right collarbone fracture Tom Danielson (USA) shoulder Robert Hunter (SA) vertebrae Ryder Hesjedal (CANADA) hematoma hip, left knee Oscar Freire (SPAIN) broken rib Davide Vigano (ITALY) broken collarbone
BERWICK Bandits' Alex Edberg hopes to return to speedway next spring following successful surgery on his back and collarbone.