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Lateral ankle sprains: a comprehensive review: part 1: etiology, pathoanatomy, histopathogenesis, and diagnosis.
Ankle sprains are among the most common injuries sustained by athletes and seen by sports medicine physicians. Despite their prevalence in society, ankle sprains still remain a difficult diagnosticExpand
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Anterior cruciate ligament ganglia and mucoid degeneration: coexistence and clinical correlation.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of our study was to describe the MR appearance and coexistence of anterior cruciate ligament ganglia with mucoid degeneration and to address the clinical significance of theseExpand
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Reflex inhibition of the quadriceps femoris muscle after injury or reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament.
A burst-superimposition technique was used to assess the strength of the quadriceps femoris muscle in three groups of patients. Group 1 comprised twenty patients who had had a torn anterior cruciateExpand
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A bilateral comparison of posterior capsule thickness and its correlation with glenohumeral range of motion and scapular upward rotation in collegiate baseball players.
HYPOTHESIS We hypothesized that posterior capsule thickness (PCT) would be greater on the dominant arm compared to the non-dominant arm. We also hypothesized that PCT would negatively correlate withExpand
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Sweat rate and fluid turnover in American football players compared with runners in a hot and humid environment
Objectives: To determine sweat rate (SwR) and fluid requirements for American footballers practicing in a hot, humid environment compared with cross country runners in the same conditions. Methods:Expand
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Lateral ankle sprains: a comprehensive review part 2: treatment and rehabilitation with an emphasis on the athlete.
This is the second part of a two-part comprehensive review of lateral ankle sprains. In the first part of our review, we discussed the etiology, natural history, pathoanatomy, mechanism of injury,Expand
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Hydration Status in College Football Players during Consecutive Days of Twice-a-Day Preseason Practices
Background Football players lose 3.5 to 5 kg of body weight during preseason practices because of heavy sweating. This fluid may be difficult to replace when practices occur 2 times per day onExpand
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Core temperature and percentage of dehydration in professional football linemen and backs during preseason practices.
CONTEXT Thermal responses of average-sized male subjects (mass of approximately 70 kg) may not accurately reflect the rate of heat storage in larger athletes with greater muscle mass. OBJECTIVE ToExpand
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Humeral retroversion and its association with posterior capsule thickness in collegiate baseball players.
HYPOTHESIS AND BACKGROUND Baseball players commonly present with decreases in internal rotation (IR) and concurrent increases in external rotation (ER) motion. Several glenohumeral (GH) adaptationsExpand
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Anterior cruciate ligament tears: evaluation of multiple signs with MR imaging.
PURPOSE To assess the accuracy and reliability of multiple signs of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears with magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. MATERIALS AND METHODS Two independent reviewersExpand
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