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Hip Injuries and Labral Tears in the National Football League
Hip injuries represent a small but substantial percentage of injuries that occur in the NFL, and the “sports hip triad” (labral tear, adductor strain, and rectus strain) is described as a common injury pattern in the elite athlete. Expand
Epidemiology of National Football League Training Camp Injuries from 1998 to 2007
Background Football is one of the leading causes of athletic-related injuries. Injury rates and patterns of the training camp period of the National Football League are unknown. Hypothesis InjuryExpand
Functional outcome after repair of proximal hamstring avulsions.
Repairs of a symptomatic and displaced ruptured proximal hamstring tendon yields good subjective and objective functional results with minimal complications. Expand
What's new in hip arthroplasty.
  • M. Huo, M. Muller
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American…
  • 2004
Biomechanical Comparison of Medial Collateral Ligament Reconstructions Using Computer-Assisted Navigation
Reconstruction configurations that use a double-bundle reconstruction of the medial collateral ligament better resist valgus forces across the knee and may allow for better surgical outcome after medialateral ligament reconstruction. Expand
Comparison of posterolateral corner reconstructions using computer-assisted navigation.
This study suggests that a single-graft, fibular-based reconstruction that replicates the femoral insertions of the lateral collateral ligament and popliteus will be able to restore varus and external rotation stability to the knee. Expand
Complications of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction has become one of the most common arthroscopic knee procedures, and it has excellent success rates and each of the multiple steps in the reconstruction has associated complications. Expand
Isometry of medial collateral ligament reconstruction
MCL reconstruction performed with the origin of the MCL within the femoral footprint and the insertion in tibial footprint of the superficial MCL results in the least graft excursion when the knee is cycled between 0º and 90º. Expand
Nonoperative Management of Complete Lateral Elbow Ligamentous Disruption in an NFL Player: A Case Report
A professional football player sustained complete disruption of the lateral collateral ligamentous complex from the lateral humeral epicondyle with extension of his injury into his common extensor origin and returned to play after 4 weeks. Expand
Lower Cervical Posterior Element Fractures in the National Football League: A Report of 2 Cases and a Review of the Literature
It is recommended that players with persistent pain after a transient neurapraxia undergo radiography and computed tomography of the cervical spine to evaluate for a fracture. Expand