Translation for 'fracture of the arm' from English to Hungarian
kartörés {noun}
fracture of the arm
Partial Matches
kartörés {noun}
arm fracture
törikto fracture
eltörikto fracture
törés {noun}fracture
asztali {adj}of the table
medencetörés {noun}
pelvic fracture
ficamtörés {noun}
dislocation fracture
csonttörés {noun}
bone fracture
akarati szabadság {noun}
freedom of (the) will
frigyláda {noun}
Ark of the Covenant
gyónási titok {noun}
seal of the confessional
akaratszabadság {noun}
freedom of (the) will
napfogyatkozás {noun}
eclipse of the sun
holdfogyatkozás {noun}
eclipse of the moon
világvége {noun}end of the world
bibliamagyarázat {noun}
interpretation of the Bible
államelnök {noun}
president of the state
proletárdiktatúra {noun}
dictatorship of the proletariat
sajtószabadság {noun}
freedom of the press
államalapítás {noun}
founding of the state
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Usage Examples English
  • He was persuaded to take up hunting as a way of getting exercise and whilst out with the hunt he had a fall and sustained a compound fracture of his arm.
  • In a club match in France in November 2000, Satala suffered a double fracture to his left arm, an injury that ruled him out of the World Cup 7s in Argentina.
  • He was forced to miss the Malaysian Grand Prix due to a fracture of his left arm in the previous Grand Prix.
  • He then sustained a hairline fracture in his left arm at the end of August 1964.
  • The principal causes of death were a skull fracture and avulsion of her right arm.

  • After sustaining a multiple fracture in his arm in the opening match of the 2008 Six Nations, versus Italy, D'Arcy missed the remainder of the season and only returned to Leinster in December 2008.
  • Bradley missed most of the 2004-2005 season after breaking his arm while playing dodge ball; he had a spiral fracture in the humerus of his right arm and was off the ice for six months.
  • During that time McDaniel was detained in isolation for more than two weeks, severely beaten, bound with ropes resulting in a compound fracture of his arm, deprived of sleep and subjected to electrical shock.
  • During 2008 he once again became a member of the regular starting eleven at AIK, which he had lost after his leg fracture in 2005.
  • In July 1981, Foyt had been involved in a serious crash at the inaugural Michigan 500, suffering a compound fracture to his right arm, and a puncture wound to his leg.

  • And according to the Arkansas Department of Transportation, review of archived drone footage taken during a May 2019 bridge inspection, two years before the damage was discovered, also showed the fracture.
  • Closed reduction of a distal radius fracture involves first anesthetizing the affected area with a hematoma block, intravenous regional anesthesia (Bier's block), sedation or a general anesthesia.
  • The surgical neck is much more frequently fractured than the anatomical neck of the humerus.
  • He led the league with 92 strikeouts in 91 innings before he was injured by a stress fracture in his right foot in June 1991.
  • It was eventually revealed that there was an ulna fracture near the elbow.

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