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A tiny crack visible on the surface of material.
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Stress fracture of the pubic ramus simulating a loose total hip replacement.
Stress Fracture of the Ribs: Rib stress fracture was the most common golf-related stress fracture reported in this review (see Table 1).
Sacral stress fractures are rare cause of low back pain.
"It saddens me that I'll be out for at least another month due to stress fracture. I had pain in my foot since last conference.
Stress fractures of the tibia in athletes or shin soreness.
Magnetic resonance imaging of T8 vertebrae (axial view) revealing bone marrow oedema in relation to the stress fracture.
In the clinical setting, lateralization of the force vector in the acquired flatfoot deformity was demonstrated to cause hindfoot impingement including talofibular, talocalcaneal, and calcaneofibular and subsequent stress fracture of the distal fibula [2, 3, 20].
Junaid is the second injury concern for selectors after Usman Shinwari, another left-arm quick, was sidelined by a stress fracture of the back last month.
He reportedly hit a ball onto his foot while playing for Khulna Titans in the BPL, and the latest assessment confirmed an unhealed stress fracture, for which the Pakistan Cricket Board's medical panel - headed by Dr Sohail Saleem - advised the 27-year-old bowler another four weeks' rest.
The stress fracture was spotted during profiling tests by the Lions and Porter will instead link up with the England and Wales Cricket Board's pace programme later this month to build fitness.
National selector James Whitaker told ecb.co.uk: "While it was initially surprising and disappointing for Jamie and for us to discover he has a stress fracture, we have agreed with him and with Essex that this new approach is the best option.
Radiotracer uptake in localized focal pattern was labeled as stress fracture, in linear pattern along the periosteum as sub-periosteal reaction or periostitis, linear uptake in poster medial distal tibial aspects as medial tibial stress syndrome or shin splints and up take at insertion sites of major lower limb muscles as activity induced enthesopathy, respectively.