Lady Vols freshman guard Lindsey Moss will need further medical examination to determine whether or…
Lindsey Moss to have X-ray after collision
Lindsey Moss saw the team physician, Dr. Rebecca Morgan, on Monday, and will get an X-ray on Tuesday. The health center was closed Monday because of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday so the X-ray had to wait one day. The good news was that Moss didn't sustain a nasal septum hematoma, which would have indicated an accumulation of blood from the blow and "which is what you worry about," said Jenny Moshak, assistant athletics director for sports medicine. The septum is the wall that runs down the middle of the nose and divides it into two sides. The X-ray won't change the course of treatment – Moss will wear a splint in practice and games – but it will determine if she needs surgery now or later. "The bottom line is this: If it's a non-displaced fracture, we splint her and by the end of the season it could be healed up because it's just staying in line and the broken bone can heal," said Moshak, who added if it didn't heal then surgery would be performed. "If it's a displaced...
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