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n. osteocondritis, infl. del hueso y del cartílago.
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For years, veterinarians have been removing the bone chip to help dogs heal, but this treatment does not prevent the dogs from developing arthritis later in life.
The mare missed out on a spring campaign after surgery to remove a bone chip from a knee but returned to score a second career win, defeating Lucky Hussler by three-quarters of a length.
John Tyner confirmed that his son underwent surgery to remove a bone chip in his shoulder and will miss the upcoming season.
Left-hander CC Sabathia says doctors took out a bone chip they found in his knee when they did season-ending surgery last week.
1 position due to a bone chip in his front left ankle, but since the announcement came after the 9 a.m.
A bone chip forced Gamilati to miss all the Classic action but she should be noted on her return in the Oak Tree Stakes.
The force of the tackle resulted in the Republic of Ireland international suffering severe bone bruising and a small bone chip, inside his right knee.
The force of the challenge resulted in Long suffering severe bone bruising, and a small bone chip, inside his right knee.
(15) The slightly built, 48-year-old Speed cut open Hubbell's left arm (today the surgery would be arthroscopic) and removed what he described as "a loose body"--commonly called a bone chip. Speed wired Terry, "Everything satisfactory." (16)
As a professional dancer, Bossardt performed with the Colorado Ballet, Fort Worth Dallas Ballet and ultimately Ballet Arizona--until a painful bone chip in her ankle required surgery.
You can tell by the way they look at a bone chip or a pottery shard they understand worlds about the person who left it.