How to better diagnose sports-related internal injuries

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In wake of the New Jersey High School football player, who died Friday after taking a hit on the field. Evan Murray walked off the field feeling dizzy and later died due to internal bleeding from a lacerated spleen.

Can this type of injury go undetected if not examined? Dr. Clifford Stark, medical director of Sports Medicine at Chelsea, and Dr. Steve talk more about these type of injuries.



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