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partial dislocation

[′pär·shəl ‚dis·lō′kā·shən]
(crystallography)
The line at the edge of an extended dislocation where a slip through a fraction of a lattice constant has occurred.
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He'll be disappointed but having said that other people took the opportunity to make a name for themselves, like (his replacement) Sam Warburton and also some of the older more established players - Duncan (Jones), Dwayne (Peel), Gareth Cooper, who have stood up and taken that leadership role and really helped through." Jones is understood to be okay following his injury, but winger Tom James suffered a partial dislocation of his shoulder in last night's match and will undergo a scan.
He is understood to have suffered a partial dislocation of the elbow but is confident he will be fit.
Having struggled through the second and third Tests when not fully fit, in the wake of partial dislocation and tendon damage to his left shoulder, Muralitharan will not be involved in Sri Lanka's six matches with England and India.
This leads to sprained or even torn ligaments, strained muscles and sometimes a partial dislocation of one or more of the small joints between cervical vertebrae.
Murali, who has 412 Test wickets, suffered partial dislocation and tendon damage in his left shoulder after falling awkwardly in the field in Sharjah last month.
MICHAEL VAUGHAN may miss the first Test after X-rays last night revealed a partial dislocation of his right shoulder.
The Yorkshire batsman sustained a partial dislocation of his right shoulder while fielding during Saturday's 33-run victory in Auckland, a result which levelled the series at 2-2 and set up tomorrow's crunch showdown at Carisbrook.
Donald, who is outside the automatic qualifying places, has been diagnosed with a subluxation of the extensor carpi ulnaris tendon in his left wrist, which is a partial dislocation.
He is understood to have suffered a partial dislocation of the elbow, but is confident he will be fit.

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