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Hip fracture surgery is done to repair a break in the upper part of the thigh bone.
Once you lose your footing it is easy to fall and break your back, your tongue, your head or fracture your bones.
Differences and tensions both drive and fracture the movement.
To recover the heat, the project's operators would have needed to fracture the rock and circulate water through it.
In general, include the joint above and below the fracture in the splint.
The latest work suggests that smoking robs the bones of their mineral density, making them more likely to fracture.
Often follows a fall with fracture that needs surgical repair.
Trying to fracture society into different groups that cannot easily communicate with each other is counterproductive.
Another way sinkholes can form is if water enlarges a natural fracture in a limestone bedrock layer.
Medical science has known for some time that the direction of a bone fracture depends on how quickly the bone is compressed.
Fracture through the transverse process at this level.
The older you are the more likely you are to die from complications of hip fracture.
The quick pileup overloads the underlying snowpack, which causes a weak layer beneath the slab to fracture.
If fracking is defined as a single fracture of deep shale, that action might be benign.
There are thrust faults, which are usually the strongest in terms of earthquakes when they fracture.
But in some cases cats' lungs collapse or their ribs fracture due to difficulty breathing.
The organs appeared much clearer, and the skull fracture she initially detected was far more severe than she originally thought.
Biofuels are, at best, a bandaid on a compound fracture.
These shoes help me on my way to my first stress fracture.
Unlike conventional geothermal, you now have to find rock which you can also fracture.
They then produced a model to estimate pore pressure and fracture pressure, and calculated the mud pressure accordingly.
He was arrested nine times, deported once, and suffered bubonic plague and a stress fracture.
Osteoporosis is a skeletal disease in which bones become brittle and prone to fracture.
Researchers speculated that if a fracture of the first leg was detected, catastrophe could be averted.
In the case of that skull fracture from the other day, it did.
Hakes is in a critical condition, the fracture of his skull having proved even more serious than was at first supposed.
Nor is it unique that a language, spread so far from its homelands, would begin to fracture.
More important, globalisation may further fracture the traditional link between skills and wages.
Simply to stand is painful and could even be an invitation to a fracture.
Sidelined with a stress fracture in his right leg, he.
The good news is that there are ways to help reduce the risk of stress fracture.
She's training now despite a stress fracture that's kept her from running for much of the spring.
By the time a fracture occurs, the disease is in its advanced stages and damage is severe.
Sometimes, having a fracture and surgery can make this worse.
The ulnar nerve is commonly injured at the elbow because of elbow fracture or dislocation.
Tumors in weight-bearing bones, such as the legs or spine, may cause the bones to fracture without apparent reason.
Some researchers suggest, however, that such bone loss is too slight to pose any significant risk for fracture.
Taking corticosteroid medications for this long can make bones thinner and increase the chance of a fracture.
In a compression fracture of the vertebrae, the bone tissue of the vertebra collapses.
The fracture was stable and he does not require surgery.
The only good news is that the injury is unrelated to the fracture he sustained in the same foot last season.
He was ruled out for the game, suggesting a high ankle sprain or potential fracture.
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