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Thread: Lot's more bruising new pec tear pics

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    Wow!!! O_o i hope the faster recovery of that...

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    Good Luck Bro, I hope your surgeon was able to attach it completely without too much trouble.

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    I'm speechless looking at that but at the same time I can't stop looking. I've never seen bruising that bad before. How much pain are you in?
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    Wow...man....get well soon....Lots of prayers for you...and again...get well soon...you will be back better.

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    holy shit thats crazy looking.I had a slight pec tear around 4-5 years ago but nothing like that.good luck bro,hope you heal up and get back to it.

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    so this is what the report from the mri says.
    large hematoma of 6 x 6 cm diameter anterior to the left hemeroglenoidal joint. Nearly complete rupture with retraction of the pectoralis major muscle near to the insertion. Only some fibers with origin at the clavicle are not ruptured. Pectoralis minor muscle and the other muscles of the rotator cuff are not ruptured.

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    Hope you have a speedy Recovery Zach!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainer4Life View Post
    Hope you have a speedy Recovery Zach!
    Thanks man, same to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachizzle View Post
    so this is what the report from the mri says.
    large hematoma of 6 x 6 cm diameter anterior to the left hemeroglenoidal joint. Nearly complete rupture with retraction of the pectoralis major muscle near to the insertion. Only some fibers with origin at the clavicle are not ruptured. Pectoralis minor muscle and the other muscles of the rotator cuff are not ruptured.
    I wish i spoke doctor... to me i guess that must mean.. you are 98% fucked up with a tiny amount ok.
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    So, what's the prognosis? Will it look normal again?

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    find out today. got the mri from the germans. now have to take the resukts back to the americans.

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    Get well soon bro. And I'll expect to see some pictures in the Members in Actions section of your significant other "soothing" your pain!!

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    Good luck w/ the recovery. I am at a loss for words after looking at that. Scares the shit outta me actually.
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    That's sad bro...My condolences go out to you. I'm so sorry to see this. I hope your doing okay mentally and emotionally as this could be devastating to some fo us...
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    the hemotoma is not good and may need to be drained but the complete rupture is good news, it can be repaired and is a relatively easy procedure since you seem to have torn the tendon off the bone. you'll be back
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    Were there any indications of an impending problem prior to this that might help others avoid this injury?

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    the tendon was not torn from the bone at all. attachment is completely intact. went over the mri's today with the doc. the tear is through the muscle tissue right near the front delt. in the pics that area is most swollen but not as deeply colored. the surgery will be mostly for cosmetic puposes, and he said my strength will not be the same.
    but i told him that's cool cause i've always thought barbell bench to be dangerous and have no intentions of doing powerlifting again.

    my advice for bodybuilders wanting to avoid this is to use dumbbells for flat press and if you have to use a bar, don't go any deeper than 90 degrees at the elbow.

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