Recent Examples of fibula from the Web
Williams said, referring to his broken fibula at UW that kept him out of the final third of his junior season.
Cornerback Delvin Breaux remained out as he was set to undergo surgery on his fractured left fibula on Thursday.
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.
The 6-foot-3-inch senior broke his tibia and fibula in his right leg during a 7-on-7 camp in July.
In his third start of the season, the former White Sox farmhand suffered a hairline fracture of his left fibula just above the ankle, absorbing a liner in a May 30 game against Kansas City.
However, Harvey suffered a fractured right fibula after getting hit by a comebacker in a game shortly after being reassigned to minor league camp.
Forward Cameron Porter broke his right fibula and suffered ligament damage in his right ankle as the result of a play during practice Tuesday.
LATROBE, Pa. -- Steelers lineman Marcus Gilbert is being accused of causing a 54-year-old man to fall onto a pile of bricks, breaking his right fibula, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas.
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Origin and Etymology of fibula
First Known Use: 1578See Words from the same year
FIBULA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fibula for English Language Learners
medical : the outer one of the two bones below the knee in a person's leg
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Definition of fibula for Students
medical Definition of fibula
fibularplay \-lər\ adjective
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