Recent Examples of bone spur from the Web
After Michael Collins developed bone spurs, Lovell was bumped from Armstrong’s crew to what would eventually become the Apollo 8 mission.
Four for education and one for having had bone spurs in his feet.
In 2016, a shoulder injury and surgery to remove a bone spur from his left elbow claimed the final month and a half of his season.
Idaho alum Iupati goes on IR Arizona Cardinals left guard Mike Iupati, who hasn’t played since Week 1, needs surgery to repair a bone spur in his elbow.
Davis, 24, also had a bone spur removed from his hip during Monday’s surgery, performed by Dr. Bryan Kelly in New York.
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First Known Use of bone spur
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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