Examples of contusion in a Sentence
He suffered multiple contusions of the leg.
suffered multiple contusions as a result of a car accident
Recent Examples of contusion from the Web
On Friday, the Sox placed second baseman Yoan Moncada on the 10-day disabled list with a bone contusion in his right shin.
After Breaux was diagnosed with a bone contusion two weeks ago, a second X-ray by a different doctor revealed a fracture in his fibula.
In his first game with the Whitecaps since joining the Tigers’ organization via their trade with the Chicago Cubs, Isaac Paredes started the game at shortstop and went 1-for-2 with a run scored before exiting with a facial contusion.
He was later transported to University Medical Center to be treated for a contusion to his face.
In short, however, Chiellini looked to have achieved his revenge as Suarez reportedly came out of the 'friendly' fixture - in which Neymar's brace secured a 2-1 victory - with a 'severe contusion to the thigh'.
Musson, 22, died after he was shot four times during the incident, and also had abrasions and contusions on his foread and face, according to Lake County coroner's office records.
The power-hitting outfielder is day-to-day with a contusion after x-rays came back negative.
Portland has reached the title game even though two of the four players also on their NBA roster -- Zach Collins (right quad contusion) and third-year guard Pat Connaughton (left hamstring strain) -- have missed the tournament round with injuries.
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Origin and Etymology of contusion
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of contusion for English Language Learners
medical : an injury that usually does not break the skin
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