Vascular injuries in the upper extremity in athletes.


Repetitive, high-stress, or high-impact arm motions can cause upper extremity arterial injuries. The increased functional range of the upper extremity causes increased stresses on the vascular structures. Muscle hypertrophy and fatigue-induced joint translation may incite impingement on critical neurovasculature and can cause vascular damage. A thorough… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.hcl.2014.09.004


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@article{Mooij2015VascularII, title={Vascular injuries in the upper extremity in athletes.}, author={Tristan de Mooij and Audra A. Duncan and Sanjeev Kakar}, journal={Hand clinics}, year={2015}, volume={31 1}, pages={39-52} }