Discrepancies in clinical definitions of stress fractures: implications for the United States Army.

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ABSTRACT In the United States Army initial entry training (IET) environment, stress fractures are common musculoskeletal injuries. Due to the repetitive physical demands placed on soldiers, stress fractures are particularly common in individuals matriculating through basic combat training (BCT) and advanced individual training (AIT). Within the Army medical… (More)

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@article{Smith2011DiscrepanciesIC, title={Discrepancies in clinical definitions of stress fractures: implications for the United States Army.}, author={Paula T Smith}, journal={Military medicine}, year={2011}, volume={176 1}, pages={60-6} }