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Why are head and spine injuries much more serious than muscle strain or hematomas? A. Head and spine injuries can result in permanent disabilities. B. Muscle strain can result in long-term health
problems. C. Spine injuries are generally quick to recover from. D. They require moving the athlete off the playing field immediately.
Head and spine injuries are much more serious than muscle strain or hematomas because: Head and spine injuries can result in permanent disabilities.
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Head and spine injuries are much more serious than muscle strain or hematomas because: Head and spine injuries can result in permanent disabilities.

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