Fit-again paceman Mohammad Irfan will join the Pakistan squad for their one-day matches against Sri Lanka to reinforce the attack after their 2-0 Test series defeat.
"The team management in Sri Lanka had asked for Irfan to join the squad considering the uncertainty over fast bowler Junaid Khan," a Pakistan Cricket Board spokesman said.
Khan was hit on the head while hooking a delivery during Pakistan's 105-run defeat in the second Test, which ended on Monday.
"The team management is assessing Khan's fitness and will take a decision on retaining him or sending him back soon," said the spokesman.
Irfan injured a hip during the second Twenty20 international against South Africa in Dubai in November last year, and has since recovered without surgery.
He featured in a domestic Twenty20 tournament in February and felt no pain.
He has so far played four Tests, 27 one-day internationals and seven Twenty20 internationals.
Seven Pakistani players - Mohammad Hafeez, Shahid Afridi, Fawad Alam, Anwar Ali, Sohaib Maqsood, Sharjeel Khan and Zulfiqar Babar - have already joined the one-day squad.
Sarfraz Ahmed, Azhar Ali, Asad Shafiq, Khurram Manzoor, Shan Masood, Rahat Ali and Abdur Rehman have returned after featuring in the Test matches.
Pakistan will play a one-day warm-up match in Moratuwa on Wednesday before the start of the one-day series.
The other two one-day internationals will be played in Colombo on August 27 and Dambulla on August 30.