Skateboarding Injuries in Vienna: Location, Frequency, and Severity

@article{Keilani2010SkateboardingII,
  title={Skateboarding Injuries in Vienna: Location, Frequency, and Severity},
  author={Mohammad Yahya Keilani and Christoph Krall and Lucas Lipowec and Martin Posch and Tanya Sedghi Komanadj and Richard Crevenna},
  journal={PM\&R},
  year={2010},
  volume={2}
}
To describe injury patterns of skateboard‐associated injuries (SAIs) and to assess the frequency and severity of SAIs depending on an athlete's skateboarding experience. 
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