Phrases with «labrum»

Labrum Latin, defined as "having the edge" Labrum (architecture), a large water-filled vessel or basin with an overhanging lip Labrum (arthropod mouthpart), a flap-like structure in front of the mouth in almost all extant Euarthropoda Labrum (surname), an English surname Acetabular labrum, a ring of cartilage that surrounds the acetabulum, the socket of the hip joint Glenoid labrum, a lip-like projection of cartilage on the human scapula (shoulder blade) surrounding the joint between the humerus and the shoulder blade (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)

Sentences with «labrum» (usage examples):

  • According to Colin Eakin, MD, a physician at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, recovery from a torn labrum (a common shoulder injury), for instance, could take anywhere from four weeks post-operation rest plus two months of physical therapy to heal, or it could continue indefinitely. (health.com)
  • Over this stretch, Hill had labrum surgery and Tommy John surgery and stiffness and swelling and strains and problems with his flexor pronator mass. (sbnation.com)
  • Tommy John surgeries are on the rise as are rotator cuff injuries, labrum tears, and elbow tendonitis. (dieselcrew.com)
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