UFC on Versus 5 medical suspensions and injuries for 'Hardy vs Lytle'

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The Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services today issued its list of medical suspensions for UFC on Versus 5: "Hardy vs. Lytle," which took place on Sunday, August 14, 2011, from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.

With several of the bouts ending early (and violently), there were a handful of fighters who were flagged follow-up visits with their doctors.

Chief among them is Jim Miller, one of six fighters suspended indefinitely for getting abused in "Brew City." Also riding the bench until further notice is Amir Sadollah, Duane Ludwig, C.B. Dollaway, Kyle Noke and T.J. O'Brien.

Ben Henderson was given a lighter sentence after banging up his elbow, but is likely to head back to the gym after getting a few X-Rays.

Who else has a date with the doc?

Here is the complete list of UFC on Versus 5 injuries and their medical instructions:

Dan Hardy: Suspended for 30 days (precautionary reasons)

Jim Miller: Suspended indefinitely (head injury); must pass neurological exam and CT scan prior to return

Ben Henderson: Suspended for 30 days (left elbow injury); must pass X-ray prior to return

Charles Oliveira: Suspended for 30 days (precautionary reasons)

Amir Sadollah: Suspended indefinitely (head injury); must pass neurological exam and CT scan prior to return

Duane Ludwig: Suspended indefinitely (knee and head injuries); must pass neurological exam, X-Ray and CT scan prior to return

C.B. Dollaway: Suspended indefinitely (head injury); must pass neurological exam and CT scan prior to return

Kyle Noke: Suspended indefinitely (knee injury); must pass MRI prior to return

Jim Hettes: Suspended for 30 days (head laceration)

Alex Caceres: Suspended for 30 (precautionary reasons)

Cole Miller: Suspended for 30 days (right hand injury)

T.J. O'Brien: Suspended indefinitely (rib and leg injuries); must pass physical prior to return

Jason Reinhardt: Suspended for 30 days (precautionary reasons)

Just a quick reminder: Fighters often return to action much quicker once doctors give them the green light. The lengthy suspensions are just a precaution in most cases.

For complete UFC on Versus 5 results and blow-by-blow coverage of the main card action click here.

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