Furthermore the athlete could also be dealing with a condition of an eye

Furthermore the athlete could also be dealing with a

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player took a direct blow to the eye from a hockey stick and has a misaligned pupils. Furthermore, the athlete could also be dealing with a condition of an eye contusion because can’t really open the eye at the moment (Flegel, 2014). 3. Identify what you believe the specific condition the athlete is going to be diagnosed with and why. The specific condition this athlete seems to dealing with is a fractured eye socket. This athlete is experiencing numerous amounts of symptoms that dictate this is the condition he may have. He took a direct blow to the eye, has swelling in the eye area, a sunken eye and restricted eye motion (Flegel, 2014). 4. What other symptoms could occur with the diagnosed condition? Some other symptoms the athlete could be experiencing altered sensation beneath the eye, discoloration, and pain throughout the skull (Flegel, 2014). 5. As an athletic trainer, what specific signs should you be looking for based on this condition? As an athletic training I should be looking for swelling of the eye, bleeding from the eye, is the
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