Sports and Genitourinary Traumas

  title={Sports and Genitourinary Traumas},
  author={Emilio Sacco and Francesco Marangi and Francesco Pinto and A. D'addessi and Marco Racioppi and Gaetano Gulino and Andrea Volpe and Mario Gardi and PF. Bassi},
  journal={Urologia Journal},
  pages={112 - 125}
La partecipazione ad attività sportive si è modificata da più punti di vista negli ultimi decenni: si sono affacciati nel sistema sportivo nuovi soggetti (le donne, gli anziani, e soprattutto i piccolissimi), sono cambiati i valori di riferimento e si sono diversificate le motivazioni (competizione, socialità, benessere psico-fisico, espressività, scarico delle tensioni), sono poi cambiate le modalità della pratica sportiva e le discipline verso cui orientarsi. In totale, oltre quattro milioni… 
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