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Five or six hours worth of ultrasounds and CT scans revealed blood clots near his clavicle.
The El Paso County medical examiner said Martinez had fractures to his skull, jaw, clavicle and ribs, and bleeding in his brain.
Most trends favoring Green Bay can be overlooked due to the absence of Rodgers, who originally suffered a broken clavicle that required surgery in the first meeting in Week 6.
Now the spot behind the other clavicle was tender, and so were his underarms.
After breaking his clavicle earlier in the season, Rodgers has been allowed to practice for the last two weeks and is eligible to come off injured reserve against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
His clavicle was unharmed, his ribs stable and intact, but the velocity of the bullet left his lung badly bruised.
The last bullet is still embedded below his left clavicle, inches from his heart.
The minimum for a clavicle fracture is a plate and six screws – with three screws on each side of the fracture.
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Origin and Etymology of clavicle
First Known Use: 1615See Words from the same year
CLAVICLE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of clavicle
clavicularplay \kla-ˈvik-yə-lər, klə-\ adjective
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