pectoral muscle

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While a fully-fit Lee would be an automatic choice in the Wales starting XV, Jones provides essential bench back-up, Jones requires pectoral muscle making him an integral squad member and a player to whom head coach Warren Gatland would undoubtedly have turned during the World Cup.
Confirming the injury, Ospreys medical performance manager Chris Towers said: "Aaron tore his pectoral muscle playing for Wales against South Africa.
Minnesota Vikings right tackle Phil Loadholt will miss the rest of the season with a torn pectoral muscle.
Tuilagi is available having recovered from the torn pectoral muscle that has sidelined him for six months, although he has only one club appearance for Leicester in the bank since his return.
England centre Tuilagi, 22, tore a chest pectoral muscle against Newcastle in the September game at Welford Road.
Davies, though, will definitely miss the rest of the November games, and if he needs an operation on a damaged pectoral muscle he could miss the Six Nations too.
Fairbank is included in the Bulls squad as part of his one-month stint from the Giants, while winger Jamie Foster returns to the side following a torn pectoral muscle.
The generator was not sutured to the fascia of the pectoral muscle, and only single loose sleeve sutures were observed on both leads.
He suffered a torn pectoral muscle and damaged shoulder and arm ligaments.
Each animal was fed 1 regular-sized meal of pectoral muscle of 2 racing pigeons naturally infected with cysts from the 2008 outbreak in Germany (3).
Angels right fielder Vladimir Guerrero, on the disabled list since mid-April with a torn right pectoral muscle, said he is more than ready to come back, if only as the designated hitter.
Latham faces surgery and a lengthy four-month recuperation after ripping the pectoral muscle from the bone.
The rifle discharged and the round struck me in my left chest effectively removing 2/3 of my pectoral muscle and a large amount of skin.
He recovered in time to sit on the bench throughout the 2006 Six Nations campaign, but when he was finally given a starting spot ahead of Blair, against Italy in Scotland's final match of the competition, he lasted only eleven minutes when his pectoral muscle was wrenched.