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  • Compartment syndrome can lead to permanent damage if not treated

    Compartment syndrome can lead to permanent damage if not treated
    Our muscles and organs are divided into compartments held together by connective tissue. Damage to the compartments can cause a condition called compartment syndrome, which can cause painful swelling. Dr. Daryl Osbahr, an orthopedic surgeon at Union Memorial Hospital, said if the condition isn't treated soon enough, it can cause long-term damage.
  • Yanda's leg injury not regarded as serious

    Yanda's leg injury not regarded as serious
    Pro Bowl offensive guard Marshal Yanda was held out of practice Tuesday after getting his legs tangled up with a defensive lineman on Monday. Ravens coach John Harbaugh downplayed the severity of the injury. "He kind of tweaked it a little bit,"...

    Marshal Yanda reveals he had surgery on his leg in December

    Marshal Yanda reveals he had surgery on his leg in December
    Ravens right guard Marshal Yanda on Wednesday revealed to reporters that he had emergency surgery on his right leg after the team’s 20-14 victory against the Cleveland Browns on Dec. 24. The Ravens confirmed Yanda's surgery was on his lower leg and...

    Ailene Voisin: Sara James hopes to end Stanford career with NCAA women's basketball title

    STANFORD, Calif. The beginning of the end or, really, the beginning of life after basketball is hours, days, or at most a week away. And Sara James smiles and shakes her head, and like most adults, wonders when the calendar started to run the fast break....

    Miles O'Brien discusses amputation on 'PBS NewsHour'

    Miles O'Brien discusses amputation on 'PBS NewsHour'
    If you're a Miles O'Brien fan, you'll want to catch his interview with Judy Woodruff on Friday's "PBS NewsHour." (Yes, that's tonight's show.) O'Brien, who is science correspondent for the program, talks about the accident that resulted in the...