Translation of stress fracture in Spanish:

stress fracture

fractura de fatiga, n.


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    fractura de fatiga feminine
    • Approximately 60 percent of persons with a stress fracture have had a previous stress fracture.
    • He returned today, and a foot x-ray revealed a stress fracture of the third metatarsal.
    • But injuries continue to dog his career, a stress fracture of the foot being the latest.
    • After the metatarsals, the calcaneus is the most common location in the foot for a stress fracture.
    • Last year, he was plagued by an ankle injury and a painful stress fracture in his lower left leg that made it impossible for him to run.
    • The diagnosis was a double stress fracture of his back.
    • In cases in which MRI scan does not reveal stress fracture, clinicians may consider using bone scintigrams.
    • Plain radiography and bone scans may be used to detect calcaneal stress fracture.
    • A hospital scan has revealed a muscular problem rather than any stress fracture but the injury is still expected to sideline Hoggard for at least a fortnight.
    • On the basis of this scan and the physical examination, the diagnosis of ulnar stress fracture was made and the patient was treated accordingly.
    • Your doctor may order a bone scan to help diagnose subtle or hidden bone fractures that may not show up on a routine X-ray, such as a stress fracture.
    • There is some doubt in his voice as he discusses recovering from the stress fracture that was his first major injury.
    • An MRI scan revealed the stress fracture in May, but the 16-year - old has been given the medical all-clear.
    • Then came yet another cruel twist when scans revealed a stress fracture of the upper tibia in his left leg.
    • It was later discovered, however, that the filly sustained a stress fracture to a cannon bone in that race.
    • Pain with bony palpation may indicate fracture, stress fracture, or insertional tendinitis.
    • Although its cause remains obscure, the problem most likely begins as a stress fracture.
    • Even his latest injury, a stress fracture of his left foot, side-lining him for the best part of a month, has been presented as a big advantage.
    • Most fractures can be clearly diagnosed by X-ray, although some types, such as a fracture of the base of the thumb, or a stress fracture, do not show up reliably.
    • To compound her problems, she also had a minor stress fracture in her left foot and a bone spur.