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Hockey player off ice for over a year with misdiagnosed condition

An ice hockey player suffered three whiplash injuries over 10 days while playing hockey. He suffered headaches and tunnel vision over the next 9 months which was misdiagnosed as post-concussion syndrome. Over a year later doctors believe he was actually suffering with post-traumatic migraine syndrome.

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About: Hockey player off ice for over a year with misdiagnosed condition

Date: 21 Dec 2003

Source: News and Observer

Author: Luke Decock

URL: http://www.newsobserver.com/sports/decock/2003/story/1259118p-7372769c.html

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