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Larkham’s Injury – CT Medical expertise

By Dome - 27 February 2007 2

Thank God the CT isn’t a medical Journal. Larkham’s “Sternum” injury so well described with a graphic of a rib cage’ is actually a Collar bone injury.

If it (the collar bone ie the clavicular) had dislocated where it attachs to the sternum, he’d have been sidelined for the rest of this season if not longer.

It’s a relatively rare and painful injury.

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Larkham’s Injury – CT Medical expertise
Dome 3:41 pm 27 Feb 07

I edited the other post to change shoulder blade to collar bone – having a bad day.

I was (not really) bagging them for printing a misleading and basically pointless graphic in their story.

Ari 2:59 pm 27 Feb 07

Ok, since you’ve posted this separately I’ll post this query here.

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Hey Dome,

What exactly is it that you are bagging about the CT ’s description? I can’t quite fathom your line of thinking.

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