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A rib fracture may occur when a rib(s) sustains a direct impact from a ball, bat, punch, kick or fall....[Read More]
Mononucleosis, or “mono,” is a viral infection caused by the Epstein Barr virus (EBV)....[Read More]
Abdominal injuries are more common in contact or collision sports, such as football. Both the spleen and liver are the most commonly injured organs in blunt trauma....[Read More]
If a person is struck in the chest at a specific time in the heart rhythm cycle, the heart’s electrical signal can be interrupted, resulting in the heart stopping. This rare cause of the heart suddenly stopping is called “commotio cordis.”...[Read More]
Chafing is skin irritation due to repetitive friction. This may arise from contact between skin and skin or skin and clothing, especially during prolonged periods of exercise. ...[Read More]
 
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