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Rodgers, who was limited to seven games last season with a broken clavicle, is 34 and should have three to four years remaining of high-quality production.
The investigation, done in conjunction with Yale New Haven Hospital, showed the victim had multiple rib fractures, a fractured clavicle and a broken foot along with other injuries.
Another incision sits below the clavicle and the third goes over the ribs to allow the device to monitor a patient’s breathing during sleep.
Just some places to consider: his elbows, his toes, his clavicle ...
The former One Direction member posted his new ink over the weekend, the first depicting a tattoo artist working on his clavicle — an area already quite covered in tattoos.
Camdin, then a 12-year-old Kettle Moraine Middle School student, suffered a traumatic brain injury, a fractured left clavicle and broken tibia.
On the Iditarod trail, Lanier has broken ankles, ruptured his Achilles tendon, broken his clavicle, cracked his ribs, caught pneumonia and frostbit two fingers and a toe, leading to amputations.
Burke was initially admitted to Providence Hospital on New Year's Eve with a skull fracture, hemorrhaging in both eyes, swelling, a broken clavicle, arm fractures and severe burns to her ear and hands, Sgt.
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clavicularplay \kla-ˈvik-yə-lər, klə-\ adjective
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