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PBS Correspondent Gets Into Accident, Has Arm Amputated

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Acute compartment syndrome can occur when a weighty object crushes the muscles, causing pressure in the fascia, the “sausage casing’ that envelops the muscles and separates them from each other. It can happen in muscles anywhere in the body – the arms, legs and even the buttocks.
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