Sunday, August 22, 2010

18 Oregon High School Football Players Hospitalized With Rare Syndrome

Now, 18 in all, Oregon high school players at a football camp have been hospitalized with compartment syndrome in their triceps, which causes swelling and high creatine levels that can damage the kidneys, if not brought down.

It's rare for this to happen. Allegedly the workout was not vigorous, so the cause of so many players getting the syndrome seems mysterious. Click post title to see the story.

I'm sure they will figure it out. All the players except one seem to be recovering.

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