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1. What is a strain? A. An open wound with minimum bleeding B. A twist or tear in a muscle C. A stretch or tear of a ligament D. A puncture wound with no bleeding
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User: 1. What is a strain? A. An open wound with minimum bleeding B. A twist or tear in a muscle C. A stretch or tear of a ligament D. A puncture wound with no bleeding

Weegy: Strain is C. A stretch or tear of a ligament.
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A strain is: A twist or tear in a muscle.

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