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Lockett is still recovering from tibia and fibula fractures suffered last Dec. 24 against Arizona.
The third-year sophomore played in four games and started twice last season, before suffering a broken left tibia against Michigan on Oct. 29.
Different than a tibia or something that would be a much longer time frame.
Thomas suffered a broken left tibia in December, and the injury left a devastated Thomas considering retirement.
He was diagnosed with a fractured tibia and needed 18 stitches for a wound on his face.
A stress fracture in his left tibia cost him his rookie season.
Cederberg was shot in his hip, wrist, tibia, triceps, torso and twice under his arm, the memo said.
Doctors working pro bono in this private clinic took the drastic step of amputating the leg, fearing the osteosarcoma cancer in her tibia would otherwise spread.
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Origin and Etymology of tibia
First Known Use: circa 1706See Words from the same year
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