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Doha agreement meeting on terminology and definitions in groin pain in athletes
Background Heterogeneous taxonomy of groin injuries in athletes adds confusion to this complicated area. Aim The ‘Doha agreement meeting on terminology and definitions in groin pain in athletes’ wasExpand
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Adductor-related groin pain in athletes: correlation of MR imaging with clinical findings
ObjectiveTo evaluate gadolinium-enhanced MR imaging in athletes with chronic groin pain and correlate with the clinical features.Design and patientsMR examinations performed in 52 athletes (51 male,Expand
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Arthroscopic treatment of labral tears in femoroacetabular impingement: a comparative study of refixation and resection with a minimum two-year follow-up.
Labral tears are commonly associated with femoroacetabular impingement. We reviewed 151 patients (156 hips) with femoroacetabular impingement and labral tears who had been treated arthroscopically.Expand
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Cadaveric and MRI study of the musculotendinous contributions to the capsule of the symphysis pubis.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this article is to define the relations of the symphysis pubis and capsular tissues to the adductor and rectus abdominis soft-tissue attachments on cadaver dissection andExpand
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Arthroscopic findings in the knees of preadolescent children: report of 23 cases.
PURPOSE The aim of this review was to correlate the preoperative clinical diagnoses and the diagnostic arthroscopic findings in preadolescents with knee problems. We also studied the incidence ofExpand
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Acute avulsion of the fibrocartilage origin of the adductor longus in professional soccer players: a report of two cases.
Acute ruptures of the adductor tendons are uncommon injuries. Although most adductor injuries occur at the musculotendinous junction proximally, case reports have described injuries occasionallyExpand
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The pyramidalis–anterior pubic ligament–adductor longus complex (PLAC) and its role with adductor injuries: a new anatomical concept
PurposeAdductor longus injuries are complex. The conflict between views in the recent literature and various nineteenth-century anatomy books regarding symphyseal and perisymphyseal anatomy can leadExpand
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Partial rupture of the distal semitendinosus tendon treated by tenotomy--a previously undescribed entity.
Hamstring strains are common. They are usually treated conservatively, with good results. Thus far, the only subset of patients who have been considered for surgery are those with complete avulsionsExpand
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Early experience with the PlantTan Fixator Plate for 2 and 3 part fractures of the proximal humerus.
This study reports the early results for clinical and radiological outcome of fixation of completely displaced or grossly angulated (>90 degrees ) 2 and 3 part fractures of the proximal humerus usingExpand
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Traumatic False Aneurysm of a Saphenous Vein Tributary in a Cricketer
The formation of a venous false aneurysm is an uncommon but well-recognized complication of trauma. Partial disruption of a vessel wall, after trauma, causes an outpouching of the traumatized portionExpand
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