Camby's doctors rule out seizure

January 17, 1996|By BOSTON GLOBE

BOSTON -- Physicians have apparently ruled out a seizure or other neurological disorder as the cause of star center Marcus Camby's collapse Sunday, and they were concentrating on tests of his heart and blood vessels in search of some elusive cardiovascular problem.

Team doctor Daniel Clapp said the tests might include invasive procedures, such as angiography or snipping a piece of his heart muscle.

"We're still without an answer that's medically honest," Clapp said.

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