Recent Examples of bone spur from the Web
The diagnosis of a broken bone spur on Monday came from the foot specialist Martin O’Malley, who had performed last year’s operation on Bird.
As Trump would later explain it, he had been excused from service because his doctor found bone spurs in one foot — a temporary condition that left him, decades later, unable to recall which foot had been affected.
Despite having been educated at an elite private military academy, Donald Trump famously drew five draft deferments, including one for bone spurs in his feet.
The 31-year-old right-hander began last season on the 60-day DL while recovering from arthroscopic surgery to remove small bone spurs from his right elbow.
Obviously the bone spurs would have prevented him from running into a combat scene.
Instead, Rose developed bone spurs in his ankle and left the Cavaliers to contemplate his future.
Storz had surgery in the offseason to remove bone spurs from his throwing shoulder but after the setback following last week's start, Mainieri said Storz will go see the doctor sometime this week.
Troy Tulowitzki, limited to 66 games last year, is dealing with bone spurs in his right heel.
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medical Definition of bone spur
- In addition to pain, osteoarthritis shows up as stiff joints, cracking sounds, inflammation and bone spurs.
- —Nathan Seppa, Science News, 11 Aug. 2012
- … he had bone spurs removed from the backs of both heels.
- —Leigh Montville, Sports Illustrated, 3 July 1989
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