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Preseason Shoulder Strength Measurements in Professional Baseball Pitchers
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Preseason weakness of external rotation and SS strength is associated with in-season throwing-related injury resulting in surgical intervention in professional baseball pitchers, and preseason strength data may help identify players at risk for injury and formulate strengthening plans for prevention.
Success of Nonoperative Management of Adductor Longus Tendon Ruptures in National Football League Athletes
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Nonoperative treatment of proximal adductor tendon rupture results in a statistically significantly faster return to play than does operative treatment in athletes competing in the National Football League and avoids the risks associated with surgery while providing an equal likelihood of return toPlay at the professional level.
Correlation of Torque and Elbow Injury in Professional Baseball Pitchers
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The late cocking phase appears to be the critical point in the pitching motion, where higher levels of torque at the shoulder and elbow can result in increased risk of injury, which supports existing theories about how and why certain injuries occur during the throwing motion in baseball.
The Use of Suture Anchors in Repair of the Ruptured Patellar Tendon
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The newly described method, using suture anchors for repair of patellar tendon ruptures, may be clinically equal or superior to the established method of using transpatellar tunnels.
Malunion of the distal radius.
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In formulating a treatment plan, the surgeon also must consider such technical variables as the type of osteotomy, the use of bone graft or bone-graft substitute, and the means of fixation to stabilize the osteotomy.
Repair of patellar tendon rupture using suture anchors.
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The suture anchor technique represents a viable option for repair of patellar tendon ruptures and should be investigated further with a randomized, controlled trial.
Treatment of Magnetic Resonance Imaging-Documented Isolated Grade III Lateral Collateral Ligament Injuries in National Football League Athletes
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Nonoperative management of MRI-documented isolated grade III lateral collateral ligament injuries in NFL athletes results in more rapid return to play without subjecting the player to the risks of surgery, while achieving an equal likelihood of return toPlay at the professional level.
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